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Casey's traditional landowners

Our traditional land owners

Historically, the lands around Casey were inhabited by:

  • the Bunurong/Boon Wurrung peoples (also known as the Bunerong)
  • the Wurundjeri peoples.

Today, Aboriginal peoples from all over Australia live in the City of Casey.

Educational videos

The Victorian Local Government Association has produced 3 videos which support the involvement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in local government.

Inter Council Aboriginal Consultative Committee (ICACC)

The Inter Council Aboriginal Consultative Committee (ICACC) was established in 1997 by Aboriginal people and 8 committed local Councils. Today, ICACC is represented by the Aboriginal community and the City of Casey, City of Greater Dandenong, City of Frankston, City of Kingston, and the Shire of Bass Coast.

The aim of ICACC is to support Aboriginal Communities across the 6 council regions and to raise awareness of Local Government amongst those communities.

For more information about the committee, visit the ICACC website.

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