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.

Trelawney Station fertile ground for growing education, employment for Aboriginal youth

14 Aug 2019

Trelawney Station fertile ground for growing education, employment for Aboriginal youth

The ILSC has celebrated the handover of Trelawney Station to the Tamworth Local Aboriginal Land Council.

Culture and cattle working side by side on Roebuck

08 Jul 2019

Culture and cattle working side by side on Roebuck

To celebrate NAIDOC Week, ABC Landline visited Roebuck Plains Station near Broome in Western Australia to see the commercially successful collaboration between Yawuru and the ILSC on an Indigenous cattle station.

Ayers Rock features in The Deal Magazine

21 May 2019

Ayers Rock features in The Deal Magazine

Read the article on the success of Ayers Rock Resort and Indigenous tourism in The Australian newspapers, The Deal Magazine.

National Indigenous Land and Sea Strategy

03 May 2019

National Indigenous Land and Sea Strategy

The ILSC are consulting with Indigenous stakeholders across the country in May 2019, to assist in developing the ILSC's National Indigenous Land and Sea Strategy and Regional Indigenous Land Strategies.

Edward Fry reappointed as ILSC Chair, welcomes two new Directors

02 Apr 2019

Edward Fry reappointed as ILSC Chair, welcomes two new Directors

Indigenous Affairs Minister, Nigel Scullion, has announced the reappointment of Eddie Fry as Chairperson of the ILSC and appointed Roy Ah-See from NSW and Daniel Tucker from WA as new Directors.