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  1. Murri people developed beliefs about their creation history
  2. This community had much knowledge which helped them survive in harsh and dry land
  3. Murri are the traditional owner of the Queensland
  4. Daintree Rainforest is one of the significant places highly valued by Murri community
  5. Most of them lost their land to British during British colonization

Aboriginal are the local indigenous people with so many tribes who settled in different parts of Australia. These communities include Bama who settled in the northern part of Queensland, Murri people who settled at the southern parts of Queensland. Murri people have many languages spoken such as Dyirbal, Darumbai, Bayali, GubbiGubbi, Djabugay, BirriGubba among others. Approximately 300,000 to one million made their settlement in various part of Australia many years ago (Korff, 2012. pg.42).

[...] Australian Aboriginal History Creative Spirits Retrieved May from http://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/history/. Malbon, J. (2003): Extinguishment of Native Title-The Australian Aborigines as Slaves and Citizens. The." Griffith L. Rev (2003): 310 Thomson, N. Burns, J., Burrows, S., &Kirove, E. (2006). [...]


[...] (Malbon & Justin pg. 254) Daintree Rainforest is one of the significant places highly valued by Murri community. It is well known as one of the oldest rainforest in the world. WujaiWujai people are the traditional owner of this region. The place provide information that guide them on how to obtain food, obtained plants for traditional medicine and above all, is a spiritual and cultural base for performing various rituals(David pg. 98). Other places that have spiritual and cultural significances include; Darwin at Northern Territory and Cape York at Queensland (Korff pg.42). [...]


[...] The Sound scapes of Australia: Music, Place And Spirituality. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. ISBN 978-0-7546-4072-1. Retrieved 13 May 2013. Hodge, R. (1990). Aboriginal truth and white media: Eric Michaels meets the spirit of Aboriginalism. The Australian Journal of Media & Culture 3 Horton, D. (1994). Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra. Korff, J. (2012). [...]

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