More than 3000 Indigenous people have either gained employment or participated in training courses and other learning activities over a 12-month period thanks to ILSC programs and projects.
A historic multi-million dollar commercial fishing venture launched in December 2019 will create jobs and training opportunities for the Ngarrindjeri people in South Australia.
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.
The ILSC operates a cattle enterprise across the 124,000ha station.
The ILSC operates Gunbalanya Station and Meats as separate businesses on the Arnhem Land Aboriginal Land Trust under a grazing licence.
Innovative investment in Indigenous managed land has facilitated a 25 year income stream for Indigenous people across remote WA, the NT and Qld. Tradition based fire management is supported by the ILSC leading to increased Indigenous community cultural capital.
The ILSC invested close to $2 million to establish Roebuck Export Depot as a commercial, accredited business with a capacity of up to 12,000 head of cattle.
Roebuck Plains Station forms an important part of Yawuru country, now divested to Nyamba Buru Yawuru Ltd, with the ILC leasing the station to operate a cattle business.
In October 2020, the Iningai people reopened the rock art gallery to visitors and renamed Gracevale Station to ‘Turraburra’ which reflects the traditional name of the area.
The ILSC funded the establishment of a property management plan for Mount Tabor and major upgrades to water infrastructure, stockyards, buildings and fencing.