Aboriginal people have strong belief systems that value nature. The Dingo is not only a cultural keystone species, but, it is also kin (family).
Dingoes have been shot, trapped and baited by Western Culture (Governments & Livestock Industries).
Dingoes are listed as invasive species and there is no protection. Legislation IGNORES the NATIVE TITLE RIGHTS of Aboriginal People.
THE BIG LIE
The livestock Industry use the term 'WILD DOG' to justify the discriminate killing of our
beloved culturally significant totem the Dingo.
A Cultural obligation mandated by our Ancestors to RESPECT, PROTECT and CARE for our animals and plants.
Legal Avenues for Indigenous-Led Dingo Conservation and Management
Dingo Culture has been granted pro bono support from a world leading law firm. This world class law organisation will assist Dingo Culture to achieve legislative reform to better protect dingoes. A draft discussion paper is currently in the pipeline and will be launched soon. Watch this space!
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Currently Dingo Culture is trying to raise funds for the launch of a draft discussion paper which will give insight to:
The legal avenues for Indigenous-led dingo conservation and management
Get to Know Us
Dingoes are our ngalbay, our totems. When you have a personal totem, it’s described as sharing the spiritual essence of that ngalbay, that totem, as prescribed to it in the dreaming.