Investments in Projects
Stories from ILSC-funded projects
The ILSC is supporting Indigenous cattle men and women in South Australia by partnering with the South Australian Government in the North West Indigenous Pastoral Project (NWIPP).
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 sector. The resort is operated by a wholly-owned subsidiary of the ILSC, Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia.
The Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation invites expressions of interest (EOI) from parties interested in running pastoral and caravan park operations at Banka Banka Station.
Barongarook Farm, near Colac in Victoria, is providing a place for local Aboriginal people to strengthen their cultural identity and family and community connection.
Construction of a $9m, state-of-the art building at the site of the original Black Theatre in Redfern, Sydney has allowed Koori Radio and Gadigal Information Services to relocate to contemporary premises. The move supports the organisations broadcast and recording enterprises and an accredited broadcast training program for Indigenous people in NSW.
The Traditional Owners of Bulimba Station, represented by Uwoykand Tribal Aboriginal Corporation (UTAC), entered into a partnership with the ILSC to establish a major cattle enterprise on the 294,740ha property.