Welcome to the Goldfields Land and Sea Council's home on the World Wide Web. The Goldfields Land and Sea Council (GLSC) is the principal voice for Aboriginal people from the Goldfields-Esperance region on matters to do with land and waters, governance, social and economic development, heritage and other matters of justice. The GLSC is the Federal Government-appointed Native Title Representative Body for the region, enjoying widespread support from communities, organisations and individuals from throughout.

GLSC Rangers

In April 2014, almost 30 Aboriginal Rangers and Ranger Coordinators, from five different ranger teams within the Southern Rangelands of Western Australia gathered, camped, trained and shared information with each other for the very first time at the former Credo Station. The purpose of this training camp was to address the difficulties they've had accessing training in their own communities.

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Native Title

The GLSC is the recognised Native Title Representative Body for the Goldfields region, in accordance with s.203AD of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth).
The GLSC’s responsibilities are set out in ss.203B – 203BK of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth). These responsibilities include providing assistance to claimants in their pursuit of native title recognition in the Federal Court of Australia and associated matters including future acts negotiations before the National Native Title Tribunal.

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Future Acts

'Future Act' is a term used in the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) to describe a proposed activity that may affect native title.

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