SBS NAIDOC Special: Standley Chasm/Angkerle Atwatye

Through an IBA partnership with SBS Small Business Secrets, Standley Chasm was featured as part of a NAIDOC Special. The chasm, known traditionally as Angkerle Atwatye, meaning ‘Gap of Water’, brings the red/orange rock of Arrernte country to life. SBS interviewed Arrernte woman Nova Pomare, who was born and raised nearby and now manages the […]

SBS NAIDOC Special: Amber Days

When Melbourne-based designer Corina Muir couldn’t find the right sustainable clothing for her baby daughter, she decided to start her own clothing range, Amber Days – and her Indigenous designs are now in demand worldwide. The Yorta Yorta and Boonwurrung woman talks about the importance of ethical clothing that is a collaborative effort with other […]

Our interest rates

We know that home loan interest rates are increasing across Australia at the moment, and it's been a while since we’ve seen rates rise. So we understand that you’ll be wondering about it. IBA is currently reviewing its interest rate settings. We are aware of the current financial pressures on our customers and are carefully […]

NAIDOC Week: Where To Find IBA

NAIDOC Week kicks off Sunday 3 July - Sunday 10 July and IBA can't wait to get back out into the community and celebrate for the first time since COVID-19. We'll be hosting activities and attending market days all over the country, check out the list below of where to find us: Arrernte (Alice Springs) […]

Meet our new Board member - Josh Gilbert

Joshua Gilbert is a Worimi man, farmer and academic, from the Mid North Coast of NSW. We are delighted that he joined the IBA Board in April 2022. Josh is undertaking higher degree research at Charles Sturt University, is the Indigenous Co-Chair of Reconciliation NSW and was recently recognised within the world’s top 50 young […]

SBS NAIDOC special this weekend

Watch SBS and NITV over the following two weekends to catch two of our customer stories that will feature as part of a NAIDOC special! Standley Chasm and Amber Days will each have a 5-7 minute segment about their businesses and each one includes an interview with an IBA Business Solutions representative. Lots of opportunities […]

SWSB Lunch & Learn: financial independence

The next IBA Strong Women Strong Business (SWSB) Lunch & Learn session is on 7 July. These sessions take place on the first Thursday of every month where you can hear from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. This month we are exploring financial independence with Larisha Jarome, Community Engagement and Project Officer, First Nations […]

Meet the Team - Kia Dowell

Kia Dowell is Executive Director, Strategy and Innovation Describe your role and what it entails I joined IBA in 2017 and head up the Strategy and Innovation division within IBA. We coordinate the development of IBA's strategic and corporate plans, report on progress against plans, and undertake research and evaluation to inform innovative policy and […]

From strength to strength

When speaking with Reece Dumbell and Dean Sardellis, the co-founders of the Cameron Wellness Centre, their organisational values of Family – Community – Trust – Respect shine through in every word. They started the Cameron Wellness Centre, a progressive and holistic treatment centre, after their wives (who are best friends) introduced them. Over time they […]

Follow the Flowers to a better world

Outback Academy Australia’s (OAA) lead initiative, Follow the Flowers, is well underway with scaling up national production of honey and Australian Native Wildflowers with First Nations farmers across the country including NSW, VIC, SA, WA and the ACT. Follow the Flowers connects First Nations and other regenerative farmers that share the same values to expand […]

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