Managing indigenous pastoral lands manual –Case study Warrigundu Station Northern Territory

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  • Published: 28 Feb 2014

  • Author(s): Rural Services Pty Ltd, McClelland

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Warrigundu Station (‘Warrigundu’ or ‘the Station’) also known as Hodgson Downs, runs over 15,000 head of cattle and employs more than 20 local people. The Station, which is located 240 km south-east of Katherine in the Northern Territory (NT), is operated by the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC).
Warrigundu Station is leased to the ILC under two separate Pastoral Land Use Agreements, which are commonly referred to as Grazing Licences. The land is Aboriginal freehold land. The Traditional Owners (TOs) of the land encompassing the Warrigundu Station are the Minyerri community of Hodgson Downs and the Mangarrayi Aboriginal Land Trust (ALT) of Elsey Station (Strangways).