Investments in Projects

Stories from ILSC-funded projects

Home Valley is a working cattle station and tourism enterprise which hosts an on-site training program for Indigenous men and women studying tourism, hospitality and a range of pastoral operations.


Kooreelah is a 1044-hectare property 42 kilometres from Casterton in Victoria and is a joint investment effort between the ILSC and Winda-Mara Corporation.
Merepah Station is located on Cape York Peninsula, 550 kilometres north-west of Cairns. The 186,000ha property operates as a cattle breeding enterprise to support the achievement of benefits for Indigenous Australians.
Mossman Gorge Centre is an Indigenous ecotourism development constructed by the ILSC and operated by Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia in collaboration with the local Kuku Yalanji people. The centre offers visitors improved access to the Mossman Gorge World Heritage area and provides employment and training opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
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.
ILSC land acquisition and land management assistance combined with Queensland Government funding has seen Indigenous people growing the value and productivity of their traditional country, and preserving and strengthening culture through reconnection to country.