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The Gunaikurnai people are the traditional owners of a large area of Gippsland, in Eastern Victoria.

In 2010 the State of Victoria legally recognised the Gunaikurnai peoples’ traditional ownership of and connection to the land and waters of this region through a Recognition and Settlement Agreement (RSA). In the spirit of furthering the RSA’s reconciliation, self-determination and social justice objectives, the State of Victoria entered into an agreement with the Gunaikurnai people to jointly manage ten parks and reserves within the Gunaikurnai agreement area through an equitable partnership.

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