Martu are the traditional owners of a vast area of central Western Australia and their native title rights have been recognised across a number of determinations. The Martu native title determination and Karlamilyi National Park which it surrounds spans nearly 15 million hectares or twice the size of Tasmania. The Martu are among the last of Australia’s Indigenous people to make contact with the European world, with many coming in from a completely traditional desert life in only the 1950s and 1960s.
Hear Martu Traditional Owners talk about “Sustainability management at a landscape scale - culture, communities, and environment” at EIANZ's Conference this October.
You can find the full list of speakers and topics here →
Tickets are still available to the conference here →