First established in 1972 under a beach umbrella as a protest against the McMahon government’s approach to Indigenous Australian land rights, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy is made up of signs and tents. Since 1992 it has been located on the lawn opposite Old Parliament House in Canberra, the Australian capital. It is not considered an official embassy by the Australian Government. The Embassy has been a site of protest and support for grassroots campaigns for the recognition of Indigenous land rights in Australia, Aboriginal deaths in custody, self-determination, and Indigenous sovereignty. (Wikipedia)
The Australians have let protestors on public land stay there for 50 years. The Jacinda Junta regime tells protestors to Stuff off after 2 days.