DescriptionThere are 229 Kabi Kabi First Nation Traditional Owner claim group members. At the October 2016 authorisation meeting, there were over 60 claim group members in attendance. The members of the Kabi Kabi claim group live all over Queensland, with higher populations in Gympie, Cherbourg and Murgon. The Kabi Kabi Peoples story since white invasion has been of resistance and persistence. Dundalli is a famous resistance fighter, born in around 1820 in the Blackall Ranges and moving to Bribie Island, Dundalli was implicated in armed resistance in the country north of Brisbane throughout the 1840s. He evaded capture for 14 years until 1854 when he was caught and was tried and hung in Brisbane 1855. This was the last official public execution in Queensland.
PhoneticAlso known as Dalla
DescriptionThe Dalla, also known as Jinibara, are an indigenous Australian people of southern Queensland whose tribal lands lay close to Brisbane.
PhoneticTurubul, Turrubul, Turrubal, Terabul.
DescriptionThe Turrbal Tribe comprises direct descendants of the original owners and custodians of Brisbane. The beautiful ancestral homelands of the Turrbal Tribe stretch north from Elimbah Creek, south to the Logan River, and inland as far as Moggill.