Noah Beach on the coastline in Eastern Kuku Yalanji country
The National Native Title Tribunal assists people to facilitate timely and effective native title outcomes through delivery of a wide range of services. Read more about Tribunal services.
Search applications and determinations, Indigenous land use agreements (ILUAs) and future acts.
View the Tribunal's maps and spatial data and sign up for Native TitleVision (an online visualisation mapping and query tool).
Access legal and anthropological information including research reports and Native Title Hot Spots using our portal for lawyers and researchers.
The Tribunal administers the future act processes that attract the right to negotiate under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cwlth). Our role includes mediating between parties, conducting inquiries and making arbitral decisions, called 'future act determinations,' when parties cannot reach agreement as to whether or not a 'future act' may be done. More
The Tribunal has certain statutory obligations under the Commonwealth Freedom of Information Act 1982. More
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