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Our 2013-14 Annual Report is now available

Join us in celebrating the outcomes and achievements of our programs and services.

Indigenous venture wins Gold Plate Award for excellence

The Cicada Lodge in Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park won the Northern Territory’s top dining award at the annual Australian Hotels Association (AHA) Gold Plate Awards on 27 October in Darwin.

IBA sponsors the Queensland Reconciliation Awards 2015

The awards provide an opportunity to increase cross-cultural awareness around the state while promoting the projects and reconciliation initiatives currently in place and will be held from 27 May to 3 June 2015 during Reconciliation Week.

Home ownership on Indigenous land now a reality in Yarrabah

Home ownership through the sale of social housing on communally-held Indigenous land in Queensland is now a reality with the settlement of proud Gunggandji woman, Ailsa Lively’s first home loan in Yarrabah on 22 October 2014.

IBA sponsors the 2014 The Brolgas – Northern Territory Tourism awards

Northern Territory Tourism Awards recognise and encourage tourism businesses that strive for excellence in every area of their operation. The awards program is open to tourism operators, industry suppliers and outstanding individuals, who prepare a submission in response to a series of strict criteria that measure business excellence.

New houses to build better health outcomes in remote Indigenous communities

Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) has delivered four new homes to contribute to better health outcomes for Indigenous Australians in the remote community of Normanton in the Gulf Country of North Queensland.

Sponsorship of the 2015 Saltwater Freshwater Festival

The Saltwater Freshwater Festival is organised by the Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance, a regional body for Aboriginal arts and culture on the Mid-North Coast of NSW. It is governed by ten local Aboriginal Land Councils (LALCs) across seven Local Government Areas (LGAs) from Karuah to Coffs Harbour covering the Worimi, Birpai, Dunghutti and Gumbaynggirr Aboriginal Nations.

Feel the Spirit - Straddle Camping

IBA and the Quandamooka people are joint venture partners in Straddle Camping on the idyllic North Stradbroke Island. Hear stakeholders in the venture talk about their idyllic Island, which offers scuba diving, swimming, kayaking, sand boarding and bush walking, and is renowned for its abundance of wildlife and superb views of the annual humpback whale migration.

Straddle Camping - a joint venture success story

Straddie Camping on North Stradbroke Island is a business committed to caring for country while generating economic, employment and social benefits for local people. Hear first hand from stakeholders about the success of this joint venture between IBA and the Quandamooka people.

Dr Calma speaks on overcoming adversity

Dr Tom Calma AO, Chancellor of the University of Canberra has launched a series of lunchtime seminars for Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) that will feature prominent Indigenous leaders sharing their personal stories.

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