General information about native title in Australia can be found on the native title claims
More information can be found on the forms and publications
page. This includes links to brochures and booklets about native title, as well as information about determinations where native title has been recognised.
This contains information about how to make a claim and information about the registration test, including a guide to understanding the requirements of the registration test.
Information on how to request assistance from the Tribunal is also available on the Assistance
The Federal Court of Australia is responsible for managing native title claims.
The Tribunal provides agreement making services for future act applications, claims referred to mediation by the Federal Court and stand-alone ILUAs. For more information visit the future acts
and indigenous land use agreements
Indigenous land use agreements
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
Proposed activities or developments that may affect native title are classed as ‘future acts’ under the Native Title Act. Examples are the grant of mining leases and exploration licences, and some compulsory acquisitions. More information is available on the future acts
Maps and mapping information
To view maps and data relating to native title matters, see the Geospatial