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1.7 Banjima Lore and Culture

Further information about this distribution policy and how to apply will be available soon


This policy promotes engagement to enable the maintenance and support of traditional Lore and Ceremonies for the benefit of future generations. It is important to Banjima People that their language, stories and culture be protected and preserved for all generations and that people be allowed to participate in Lore & Ceremony activities. This policy is a continuation of practice of Banjima Lore and Ceremony.

Applications for Lore Assistance require two business days notice. Please ensure applications are submitted by 5pm two business days before you need to travel.

What is covered;

Parent, who is a beneficiary, with Son going through Lore - $9,000 per boy

Beneficiary supporting a boy going through Banjima Lore - $1,000 per beneficiary

Beneficiary travelling to any other Lore Ground - $500 per beneficiary

Beneficiary participating in cultural activities such as NAIDOC week (not including Sorry business) - $1,000 per beneficiary

  • Essentials (Food/Fuel)

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