Investments in Projects

Stories from ILSC-funded projects

The ILSC granted a property in McCormack Street, Cairns to Nintiringanyi Cultural Training Centre (NCTC) so the group can maintain and expand its Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander training, employment preparation and life skill development programs.

Cross industry support secures future

The purchase of the Port Smith Bird Park, near Broome, Western Australia, by the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (ILSC) on behalf of the Karajarri Traditional Lands Association (KTLA) is testament to the success that collaborative, cross sector partnerships can achieve in assisting Traditional Owners secure land for economic, cultural, environmental and social benefit.
Through the Real Jobs Program, the ILSC is assisting Indigenous people throughout the NT into training that leads to employment in the environmental, land management and pastoral sectors, facilitating career development and entry into mainstream work.
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.

Quuens Park, Perth, WA

The Sister Kate’s site in Perth, WA, was purchased to provide aged care services and access to a culturally significant place for elderly members of the Stolen Generation.