'Nyawa-ma-rla ngurra karrinya ngumpit-ku-mi. Ngumpit-ku-rni wanyjiwurra jaru ngurla ngurra karrinya ngumpit-kari-wu ngumpit-kari-wu jaru-kari-wu jaru-kari-wu ngurla karrinya nyawa-ma. Kartiya-murlung-kula-rni kartiya-ma nyila-ma jalajalang yani ngumayila. Marlumarluka-ma karrinya murla-ma ngurra marnmarnkarra-ma kanyjurra-rni-ma.
'This is Aboriginal land. It belongs to Aboriginal people from all different language groups and different tribes. There weren't kartiya here before. They only came later. Aboriginal people were the only ones who owned the land before. This land didn't hold horses or cattle in the past. There only used to be kangaroos, emus, fish and goannas here before. Now the horse has taken over. ' (Introduction)