News, media releases and speeches from the ILSC
The ILSC assists Indigenous people with the acquisition and management of land, salt water and fresh water so they can achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.
The return of a property to Traditional Custodians in the revered Bunya Mountains in southern Queensland will pave the way for a connection to a gathering, dating back tens of thousands of years, to be re-established.
Being granted a permanent home base in St George will be a game changer for the Queensland Murray Darling Catchment Ltd (QMDCL), enabling the group to better care for country and bring its community together to strengthen culture.
The Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (ILSC) is deeply saddened by the recent floods that have devastated communities in eastern Australia, resulting in the tragic loss of human life and damage to property, businesses, livestock and wildlife.
Yawuru Traditional Owners will build on the legacy of their ancestors as they forge a new era for their people in taking over the pastoral operations at Roebuck Plains Station on Gumaranganyjal near Broome.