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.
Investments in community ideas

Investments in community ideas

The ILC has created benefits for Indigenous people by land acquisition and management assistance for more than 20 years.

Agricultural businesses - NIPE

National Indigenous Pastoral Enterprises (NIPE) is a wholly-owned agricultural 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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Healthy handover

Healthy handover

An ILC grant of a building in Kalgoorlie to Bega Garnbirringu Health Service is supporting the delivery of key health and social services to Indigenous people in the city and across the Goldfields region of WA.
Talented mentor first winner of Indigenous pastoral leadership award

Talented mentor first winner of Indigenous pastoral leadership award

Stewart Foster, a graduate of the ILC’s Real Jobs Program in the NT, has been named inaugural winner of the Alward Foster Memorial Emerging Indigenous Pastoral Leader Award.
Indigenous jackaroos look at Indonesian cattle business

Indigenous jackaroos look at Indonesian cattle business

Three Indigenous jackaroos from communities in Western Australia’s Kimberley region are visiting Indonesian cattle operations during February to gain an insight into the operations of overseas trading partners.

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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