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Aboriginal Shire of Yarrabah Qld Location within Queensland Population: 2,628 (2009)[1] Established: 1987 Area: 159.4 km² (61.5 sq mi) Mayor: Percy Neal Council Seat: Yarrabah, Queensland Region: Far North State District: Mulgrave Federal Division: Kennedy Website: LGAs around Aboriginal Shire of Yarrabah: Cairns Coral Sea Coral Sea Cairns Aboriginal Shire of Yarrabah Coral Sea Cairns Cairns Cairns The Aboriginal Shire of Yarrabah is a special Local Government Area in Far North Queensland, Queensland, Australia, located east and southeast of Cairns on Cape Grafton. It is managed under a Deed of Grant in Trust under the Local Government (Community Government Areas) Act 2004. Contents 1 History 2 Responsibilities 3 See also 4 References // History The area originally was set up as an Anglican Mission in 1892. Aboriginal people from the region were gradually drawn or relocated from their traditional lands into the mission settlement. The Gungganydji people were the main group to be settled there. In the 1960s, the Anglican Church relinquished control of the mission. The Department of Aboriginal and Islander Affairs, a government department, under the Act continued running the affairs of the community. On 29 October 1987, under the Community Services (Aborigines) Act 1984, a Deed of Grant in Trust was given to the Yarrabah community over the Cape Grafton area. Like other DOGIT communities of the time, Yarrabah had a Community Council elected by Aboriginal people living in the community. Responsibilities As the Shire is not operated under the Local Government Act and operates the land on behalf of the community, the Shire Council's responsibilities are quite different from a typical local government body. This includes responsibility for fisheries, alcohol management and employment initiatives. See also Yarrabah, Queensland References ^ Australian Bureau of Statistics (30 March 2010). "Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2008–09". Retrieved 5 June 2010.  v • d • e Local Government Areas of Queensland Cities: Brisbane · Gold Coast · Ipswich · Logan · Mount Isa · Redland  · Townsville Regions: Barcaldine · Blackall-Tambo · Bundaberg · Cairns · Cassowary Coast · Central Highlands · Charters Towers · Fraser Coast · Gladstone · Goondiwindi · Gympie · Isaac · Lockyer Valley · Longreach · Mackay · Maranoa · Moreton Bay · North Burnett · Northern Peninsula Area · Rockhampton · Scenic Rim · Somerset · South Burnett · Southern Downs · Sunshine Coast · Tablelands · Toowoomba · Torres Strait Islands · Western Downs · Whitsunday Shires: Aurukun · Balonne · Banana · Barcoo · Boulia · Bulloo · Burdekin · Burke · Carpentaria · Cloncurry · Cook · Croydon · Diamantina · Etheridge · Flinders · Hinchinbrook · McKinlay · Mornington · Murweh · Paroo · Quilpie · Richmond · Torres · Winton DOGITs: Cherbourg · Doomadgee · Hope Vale · Kowanyama · Lockhart River · Mapoon · Napranum · Palm Island · Pormpuraaw · Woorabinda · Wujal Wujal · Yarrabah