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Urabba Parks ( ( (listen)) URE-a-bə pahrks), officially Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited, is an Australian micronation with the overarching purpose "to advance humanity and the environment together" through charitable democracy. Urabba Parks was incorporated on 3 July 2012, and established itself as a 'non-state jurisdiction' with the adoption of the current Constitution on 5 March 2021. Having a permanent territory of 1,310 square metres, Urabba Parks is affiliated with the Landcare movement and participates in the micronational community as a fully autonomous and de facto sovereign Imvrassian Hegemony.
Places associated with Urabba Parks have been inhabited by Indigenous Australians for approximately 65,000 years. Melbourne and Rankins Springs were settled by European Australians in the mid-19th century, and the history of both localities have been intertwined with the history of Urabba Parks. It was in Melbourne, a large city with a highly educated population, where the concept of charitable democracy was developed along with the Constitution of Urabba Parks. The rural and undeveloped state of Rankins Springs was what led to the founding Enactor Danny Racovolis purchasing the namesake territory of Urabba in 2011.
Politically, Urabba Parks is a federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy, comprising a virtual locale operated out of Melbourne and a territorial jurisdictional division at Urabba in Rankins Springs. There is provision for the admission of new regions and territories, being jurisdictional divisions with their own territory governance arrangements within the federal system. Subject to the legislative power of the Corporate Parliament, jurisdictional divisions are responsible for the affairs of Urabba Parks falling within the territory of their division, whether it be environmental protection activities on third-party properties or the governance of properties principally occupied by Urabba Parks falling in the division.
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