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Linc Walker



Linc is an Eastern Kuku Yalanji descendant from the “Walker family” with traditional land connection from Pretty Beach to Annan River in Far North Queensland (QLD) Australia.

He attended Saint Augustine primary school in Mossman and Saint Augustine’s College Cairns. Linc attended the University of Central Queensland in Rockhampton and studied teaching. He began working for the universities “Uni Rural Link Project “, to increase Indigenous youth attendance at university.

Linc returned to Mossman and worked for Marine Parks and National Parks as a ranger. He began writing grants to establish a Kuku Yalanji Community Marine Ranger position at the Mossman Gorge to develop the Kuku Yalanji Marine Hunting Management with a plan to protect traditional hunting rights.

Currently owner/operator in partnership of Kuku Yalanji Cultural Habitat Tours P/L in Mossman QLD which is an 100% owned and operated Kuku Yalanji cultural education tourism company for the past 20 years. Currently developing Bama Way Cultural Activities, a new educational and tourism based initiative for release in 2020 in partnership with Selina Pierce.

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