Does the Cultural yarning space need to be transportable or removable? Does this change dependant on the site? The 3D interactive says that sites 1 and 2 at Wangetti are owned by the Aboriginal Land Trust as Aboriginal freehold tenure…
You’re correct that the Wangetti Aboriginal Land Trust do own the land at Wangetti in perpetuity, however the Wangetti Aboriginal Land Trust is a separate organisation to Dawul Wuru. As such, Dawul Wuru will still be required to lease the land from the Wangetti Aboriginal Land Trust if they were to use that location as a site for their Hub. It is likely that they could get a long term lease, but there is still no guarantee that they would be able to stay there forever, hence the need for transportable buildings.
I hope that clarifies the situation, but please let me know if you need any more information.
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