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Wave Hill Station, mostly referred to as Wave Hill, is a pastoral lease in the Northern Territory operating as a cattle station. The property is best known as the scene of the Wave Hill Walk-Off, a strike by Indigenous Australian workers for better pay and conditions, which in turn was an important influence on Aboriginal land rights in Australia.
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The Northern Territory is an Australian territory in the central and central northern regions of Australia. It shares borders with Western Australia to the west, South Australia to the south, and Queensland to the east. To the north, the territory looks out to the Timor Sea, the Arafura Sea and the Gulf of Carpentaria, including Western New Guinea and other Indonesian islands. The NT covers 1,349,129 square kilometres (520,902 sq mi), making it the third-largest Australian federal division, and the 11th-largest country subdivision in the world. It is sparsely populated, with a population of only 246,700, making it the least-populous of Australia's eight states and major territories, with fewer than half as many people as Tasmania.
William Vestey, 1st Baron Vestey was an English shipping magnate.
Wave Hill walk-off or The Gurindji strike was a walk-off and strike by 200 Gurindji stockmen, house servants and their families in August 1966 at Wave Hill cattle station in Kalkarindji, Northern Territory, Australia.
The Central Land Council is an Indigenous Land Council that represents the indigenous people of the southern half of the Northern Territory of Australia, predominantly in land issues. The head office is located in Alice Springs.
The Northern Land Council (NLC) is in the Top End of the Northern Territory of Australia. It has its origins in the struggle of Australian Aboriginal people for rights to fair wages and land. This included the strike and walk off by the Gurindji people at Wave Hill, cattle station in 1966. The head office is located in Darwin. It was established in 1973.
Vincent Lingiari AM, was an Aboriginal rights activist and was a member of the Gurindji people. In his earlier life he worked as a stockman at Wave Hill Station. He also played the didgeridoo. Lingiari was elected and became the leader of the Gurindji communities in August 1966. On 7 June 1976, Lingiari was named a Member of the Order of Australia for his services to the Aboriginal people. The story of Vincent Lingiari was celebrated in the song "From Little Things Big Things Grow".
Kalkarindji is a small township in Northern Territory of Australia, located on the Buntine Highway. At the 2006 census, Kalkarindji together with Daguragu had a population of 544. At the 2016 census, Kalkarindji by itself had a population of 334. Daguragu, Kalkarindji and outstations had a population of 510.
In Australia, a cattle station is a large farm, whose main activity is the rearing of cattle; the owner of a cattle station is called a grazier. The largest cattle station in the world is Anna Creek Station in South Australia, Australia.
The Victoria River is a river in the Victoria Bonaparte bioregion of the Northern Territory, Australia.
Droving is the practice of moving livestock over long distances by walking them "on the hoof".
The Gurindji are a group of Indigenous Australians living in northern Australia, 460 km southwest of Katherine in the Northern Territory's Victoria River region.
Nathaniel Buchanan was an Australian pioneer pastoralist, drover and explorer.
William Frederick Buchanan was an Australian pastoralist and gold prospector.
Carlton Hill Station is a pastoral lease and cattle station located in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Victoria River Downs Station also often called Victoria Downs and often referred to as The Big Run is a pastoral lease that operates as a cattle station.
Glengyle Station most commonly known as Glengyle is a pastoral lease that operates as a cattle station in central west Queensland.
Limbunya Station is a pastoral lease that operates as a cattle station in Northern Territory.
Amungee Mungee Station is a pastoral lease that operates as a cattle station in the Northern Territory.
Dexter Daniels was a pioneering activist in the struggle for Aboriginal rights and land rights in Australia during the 1960s and 1970s. Daniels came to public attention as the breakaway Aboriginal Organiser of the North Australian Workers' Union (NAWU) in 1966 and was integral in supporting the Wave Hill Walk-off.