The ILC's Our Land Our Future program achieves benefits for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through land acquisition and management.
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.
ILC welcomes Bills presented in Parliament

ILC welcomes Bills presented in Parliament

The ILC Chairperson, Eddie Fry, has welcomed last week’s tabling of proposed legislation to set up an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land and Sea Future Fund and to extend the ILC’s sphere of operations to water, both inland and out to sea.
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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 Group celebrates NAIDOC Week 2018

ILC Group celebrates NAIDOC Week 2018

The ILC Group is celebrating NAIDOC Week 2018 - 8-5 July. This year’s theme, Because of Her We Can, celebrates the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made, and continue to make, to our communities, our families, our rich history and to our nation.
Crocodile-Welcome Station Reef Trust Program protecting the Great Barrier Reef

Crocodile-Welcome Station Reef Trust Program protecting the Great Barrier Reef

ILC’s Crocodile-Welcome Station Reef Trust program is helping to prevent run-off from erosion impacting the Great Barrier Reef
Traditional Indigenous fire management burns pathway to healthier country

Traditional Indigenous fire management burns pathway to healthier country

This week has marked an important milestone in the expansion of traditional Indigenous fire management in the Northern Territory as the Tiwi Island rangers, the first group to receive operational funds from the $34 million Savanna Fire Management (SFM) Program, conduct early season burning practices to create healthier country.

National Indigenous Land Strategy

The National Indigenous Land Strategy (NILS), a requirement under the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Act 2005 (ATSI Act), is the ILC’s key policy document. The directions laid out in the NILS inform other key documents, including our annual Corporate Plan

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