Where do Indigenous Land Use Agreements (ILUA) exist across Australia?

An Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) is an agreement about the use and management of land and waters made between people who hold, or may hold, native title in the area, and other people, organisations or governments. To be an ILUA, an agreement must meet with the requirements of the Native Title Act 1993.  View a table with links to all established Indigenous management plans in Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland, as of December 2016.

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