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Welcome to PKKP

Congratulations To the Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura People

The 2nd September 2018. Marks the 3rd year anniversary on which we, the PKKP People celebrate our Native Title Consent Determination held at House Creek on Mount Stuart Station, recognising our native title rights. Since that day our connection to country and culture has grown from strength to strength.

We must acknowledge our PKKP community, especially our Elders both past and present.

To quote one of our elders,

“We’re all one family, and now this journey has finally ended. We’ve always known who we are and where our Country is, but now we’ve been formally recognised by the Court. This gives us an opportunity to move forward as a family.”

The PKKP Aboriginal Corporation administers the traditional lands and waters of the Puutu Kunti Kurrama people and the Pinikura people on their behalf.

These lands and waters cover approximately 10,888 square kilometres of Western Australia’s Pilbara region, between Onslow and Tom Price.

Native Title

The PKKP Aboriginal Corporation administers the traditional lands and waters of the Puutu Kunti Kurrama people and the Pinikura people on their behalf.

These lands and waters cover approximately 10,888 square kilometres of Western Australia’s Pilbara region, between Onslow and Tom Price.

Our People

The PKKP native title claim is made up of two separate but related language groups, the Puutu Kunti Kurrama People and the Pinikura People, who together claim rights and interests within the claim area.

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