How many land councils are there in the Northern Territory?

There are four Land Councils in the Northern Territory of Australia. These Land Councils are responsible for representing the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in their respective regions and for managing certain land-related matters. The four Land Councils in the Northern Territory are:

  1. Northern Land Council (NLC): The Northern Land Council represents Aboriginal people in the Top End of the Northern Territory, including areas such as Darwin, Katherine, and Arnhem Land.
  2. Central Land Council (CLC): The Central Land Council represents Aboriginal people in the central region of the Northern Territory, which includes Alice Springs and surrounding areas.
  3. Anindilyakwa Land Council: This Land Council represents the interests of the Anindilyakwa people on Groote Eylandt and Bickerton Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria.
  4. Tiwi Land Council: The Tiwi Land Council represents the Tiwi people on the Tiwi Islands, which are located to the north of Darwin.

You can check with the relevant authorities or organizations for the most current information regarding Land Councils in the Northern Territory.

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