People. Country. Opportunity.

The Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation.
Now supporting fresh and salt-water activities to create even more opportunities from country for Indigenous Australians.
The Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation.
Assisting Indigenous Australians to acquire and manage country to achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.
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Our corporate brochure provides an outline of the ILSC Group, including what we do and why and several case studies that demonstrate real life examples of the work we do across Australia.

In Returning and managing Country 2022-23, we showcase how Indigenous people are generating benefits from owning and managing Country and invite you to work with us to realise your own aspirations. 

Our information brochure  provides a brief overview of the ILSC’s ‘Our Country. Our Future’ national funding program. Learn about program eligibility, our key focus areas and how to apply.

Our Country Our Future is the ILSC’s national funding program. It operates across urban, regional and remote areas—it doesn’t matter where in Australia you live. 

Through Our Country Our Future, the ILSC can provide a wide range of assistance to those proposing projects: from brokering and developing partnerships, to facilitating and coordinating support, to providing funding assistance.

The state’s first co-designed purpose-built boarding house for Indigenous students is under construction at Djarragun College (located in Gordonvale – Malanbarra Clan of the Yidinji Tribe) catering for students from places where high school options are inadequate.
The Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation is inviting expressions of interest from individuals, businesses and organisations interested in operating the Baldivis greenhouse properties.
The Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation is saddened by the news of the passing of Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra OAM, a respected lawman of the Dhurii clan in north-east Arnhem Land.