People. Country. Opportunity.

The Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation.
Your trusted partner in growing and realising the potential of the Indigenous Estate.
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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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 2018-2019 Annual Report sets out the achievements of the ILSC over the period, and demonstrates the commitment of the ILSC Board’s transformation agenda to becoming a more customer focused ILSC Group.

National Indigenous Land and Sea Strategy

Following consultation with Indigenous organisations and individuals across the country, the ILSC is pleased to publish its inaugural National Indigenous Land and Sea Strategy for the period 2019-2022.

Agribusiness Investment Program

The Agribusiness Investment Program supports the development and growth of Indigenous agribusinesses to create a thriving and sustainable Indigenous agribusiness sector.

Ayers Rock Resort​

The ILSC bought Ayers Rock Resort at Yulara to operate a tourism enterprise that can employ and train a large number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the tourism and hospitality sector.

A historic multi-million dollar commercial fishing venture will create jobs and training opportunities for the Ngarrindjeri people in South Australia.
The first ever National Indigenous Bush Food Symposium is being held at Barangaroo in Sydney on November 27 and 28. It aims to increase Indigenous participation in the Australian bush foods industry.
A Derby Aboriginal corporation is set to become the first organisation in Australia to commercialise the breeding of the northern Australian giant freshwater prawn, known as cherabin (Macrobrachium Spinipes).

Following consultation with Indigenous organisations and individuals across the country, the ILSC is pleased to publish its inaugural National Indigenous Land and Sea Strategy (NILSS) for the period 2019-2022.