Protesters have marched through Melbourne and Sydney to protest the planned closure of remote WA communities.
A large protest opposing the closure of remote indigenous communities in WA has shut down streets in central Melbourne.
Several thousand people gathered outside the city's main railway station Flinders Street at 4pm.
"Enough is enough - where is the justice for Aboriginal people?" a speaker shouted to the crowd before the walk through CBD streets, flanked by police.
The rally forced the closure of Flinders and Elizabeth streets, where surrounding streets soon became clogged with cars and trams forced to stop.
Rally goers gathered again outside Flinders Street station, blocking the intersection, just on 5pm.
Police, on foot and on riot horses, followed the marchers all the way. Jason Maxwell, 31 of South East Dandenong Ranges, was among the protesters.
"I disagree, strongly disagree, in selling out on the aboriginal communities just for money," Mr Maxwell told AAP.
He said the WA and Federal governments should recognise the importance of the link between indigenous people and their lands, and it was wrong to describe this as a lifestyle choice.
"It is the worst thing that a modern government could ever say," Mr Maxwell said.
"It's a political tool to separate us, and I think it is wrong." The protesters did not enjoy universal support, with a heckler heard to shout "move over to WA".
A similar rally is also underway in Sydney at Belmore Park.