We commenced the park in 2016. Still a long way to go…
- Dance Ring
Since the handover of Roads from the council, our roads are partly managed due to not having the funds to allocate for upgrades.
Our LALC office road was recently managed ater our first Chair/CEO of PTLALC when LALCs were established in 1983. Manual Richie Snr. In his honor, we wish to seal the roads and provide signage for the road the PTLALC, our country & Girrawang Pre-School.
To be developed for Cultural Camps:
- Turtle – Sites
- Elands – Sites
- Rymucca – Site
- The Crowdy Bay Brother Mountians
Utilising natural plants to create a medicinal honey – similar to Manuka Honey.
The projects developed by PTLALC are guided by the Community Land Business Plan that is developed every 5 years in constitution with Aboriginal community members and endowed by the PTLALC Members & Board.