The Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (has commenced an assessment of options for its subsidiary, Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia Pty Ltd, which operates the Ayers Rock Resort at Yulara in Central Australia.
For over 50 years, Ebenezer Aboriginal Corporation has provided accommodation assistance to at-risk youths. Now, the corporation has been given the opportunity to expand its services, settling into a new, fit-for-purpose head office which opened today on Whadjuk Noongar Country in Perth, thanks to the ILSC.
The ILSC has provided more than $76,000 in funding to Seven Emu Station for the installation of a new bore and solar pump on the property.
Throughout 2023, the ILSC has worked closely in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia, to facilitate the return of Country to its rightful owners.
Indigenous groups who have been affected by Cyclone Jasper, in Far North Queensland, are encouraged to apply for the Program, with up to $20,000 available for those who are eligible.
The 2023 Annual Northern Territory Savanna Fire Management Program Forum, hosted by the ILSC has been hailed a major success, after participants gathered for the event in-person, for the very first time.
Tomorrow, approximately 50 Indigenous fire managers and rangers will gather at the De Lego Resort on Wulna land in the Northern Territory, as part of the 2023 Annual Northern Territory Savanna Fire Management (SFM) Program Forum.
Kenisha Winunguj, a young Indigenous woman and one of the many RJP participants, recently began working as a Miyalk Ranger for Yirralka Miyalk, a social enterprise supported by the RJP.