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Waterhole at Jungarri in Kuruma Country

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Wildflowers from Ngarlawangga Country

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Banjima Country

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Hills of Jurruru Country

As the native title representative body for the Yamatji and Pilbara regions of WA, YMAC is a not-for-profit Aboriginal corporation. We are run by an Aboriginal Board of Directors, with Regional Committees chosen by our members. Membership is open to all adult Yamatji and Marlpa people. Learn More

As the native title representative body for the Yamatji and Pilbara regions of WA, YMAC is a not-for-profit Aboriginal corporation. We are run by an Aboriginal Board of Directors, with Regional Committees chosen by our members. Membership is open to all adult Yamatji and Marlpa people. Learn More

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AHA Amendment Bill update

Despite not being debated in Parliament for 12 months, the WA State Government has shown its intent to proceed with the Aboriginal Heritage Act Amendment Bill (AHAB), after restoring it to the Notice Papers on 19 February 2016.

The Aboriginal Heritage Act Amendment Bill has been unanimously rejected by Traditional Owners, Elders and the wider community due to its lack of procedural fairness and that it does not address the fundamental inequities within the Act. Read more:

For more information on the AHAB, visit our Community Resources page.