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Black Magic Woman

IBA Partnership Series - Lynda Maybanks

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This episode is proudly sponsored by Indigenous Business Australia who serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to own their own future.


On episode 67 of the podcast, I interview my fourth guest of the IBA partnership series.  I yarn with proud Yugara woman Lynda Maybanks, from Ipswich. Lynda is passionate about improving social outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through reviving Yugara culture and restoring Yugara country with her business, Wirrinyah Conservation Services.  

“Wirrinyah” means coming back in Yugara language. It represents the ongoing revival of Yugara ways of caring for country. Wirrinyah focuses on working with businesses, Government and landowners in Southeast Queensland to restore our natural areas, conserve our native species and protect Aboriginal cultural heritage sites for the enjoyment of all Australians. 

Lynda believes that current conservation efforts can benefit from traditional knowledge by having people with connection to country involved in projects. “I believe that business ownership can enable self-determination and improve social and economic outcomes for our people. My business Wirrinyah Pty Ltd brings all of these beliefs together.”  

We find out how Wirrinyah Conservation Services came about, what role IBA played in that and how IBA supported Lynda on her business journey. A really good listen that ties in perfectly with our 2021 NAIDOC theme ‘Heal Country’. Episode 67 drops tomorrow! 


Recommendations throughout this episode:  


http://www.wirrinyah.com.au


https://iba.gov.au/

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Episode 67

by Mundanara Bayles