The ILC's Our Land Our Future program achieves benefits for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through land acquisition and management. The ILC can acquire and grant land to Indigenous corporations to achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.
Our Land Our Future

Our Land Our Future

The ILC assists Indigenous people with the acquisition and management of land so they can achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.
Our Land Our Jobs

Our Land Our Jobs

OLOJ offers enterprise-based training in tourism and agriculture with a guaranteed job offer for all graduates, setting up real employment pathways for Indigenous people in remote areas.
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The ILC assists Indigenous people with the acquisition and management of land so they can achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.

Agricultural Businesses - AIA

Australian Indigenous Agribusiness Company Pty Ltd (AIA) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the ILC.

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Ayers Rock Resort

The ILC bought Ayers Rock Resort at Yulara to operate a tourism enterprise that can employ and train a large number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the tourism sector. The resort is operated by a wholly-owned subsidiary of the ILC, Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia.

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ILC welcomes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land and Sea Future Fund

ILC welcomes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land and Sea Future Fund

ILC Chairperson, Mr Eddie Fry, has welcomed the Australian Government’s commitment to legislating significant reforms to the corporation’s legislation, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Act 2005.
$2.25 million funding boost for North West Indigenous Pastoral Project

$2.25 million funding boost for North West Indigenous Pastoral Project

The ILC has welcomed additional State Government funding of $2.25 million over the next three years, to help grow Indigenous agricultural training and business outcomes in regional and remote communities in SA.
Port Smith Bird Park

Port Smith Bird Park

On Friday, 17 November, the Karajarri community and their project partners, the ILC, Ernst and Young (EY) and the Kimberley Land Council (KLC), gathered at Port Smith Bird Park to mark the occasion of the purchase of the four hectare property.

National Indigenous Land Strategy

The National Indigenous Land Strategy (NILS) sets out a five-year strategic direction, key priorities and how the ILC assists Indigenous people to achieve economic, environmental, social or cultural benefits through land acquisition and land management.

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