This page is designed as a portal to information and resources specific to primary producers.
General information and short videos about native title in Australia is available on the information about native title page.
Information which may be relevant to primary producers is available on the publications and multimedia page, including information about water, fishing and native title.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can apply to have their native title rights recognised under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cwlth) by filing an application for a determination of native title (a claimant application) in the Federal Court. If you would like to find out more about native title claims and the application process or make an application, go to the claims - applications and determinations page.
From 1 July 2012, the Federal Court of Australia is responsible for all native title claims mediation and Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) negotiations related to native title claims mediation.
The Tribunal continues to provide agreement making services for future act cases and stand-alone ILUAs. For more information visit the mediation and agreement-making services page.
An Indigenous land use agreement (ILUA) is an agreement about the use and management of land and waters. ILUAs can be made between people who hold, or may hold native title in an area, and other people, organisations or governments. More information is available on the indigenous land use agreements page.
This contains information which may be helpful to primary producers, such as content ideas for pastoral agreements.
Proposed activities or developments that may affect native title are classed as ‘future acts’ under the Native Title Act. Examples of such acts are the grant of mining leases and exploration licences, and some compulsory acquisitions. For more, go to the future acts and arbitration page.
For searches of the Tribunal’s registers and decisions see the registers and decisions page.
To view maps and associated data related to native title matters, see the Native TitleVision page.
Links to interest groups for primary producers can be found on the contact others page.