Ngurra walytja, country of my spirit
A study of the 'Outstation' or Homelands movement -a movement of Aboriginal people away from larger settlements into small communities in remote areas, generally in their own tribal 'homelands', where there are many areas of sacred importance to the ancestor/creation stories of their clans. They desired to 'look after' those places by tending the sacred areas'
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