Welcome to Gumala Aboriginal Corporation (GAC), a world-class Indigenous organisation that serves its vastly growing membership. GAC has, in fact, rapidly developed into one of the largest Aboriginal corporations in Australia, and holds the ambition of becoming THE leading Aboriginal corporation in the country.
Gumala's wide range of Member Services programs, including Health, Development and Lore & Culture Programs, are designed to further our goal of bettering the health, well-being, education, social and economic outcomes of our Members and their children.
Read our award-winning 2012 Annual Report, which received a Bronze Award for Distinguished Achievement in Reporting at the prestigious Australasian Reporting Awards (announced in June 2013).
Meet our Team
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Stakeholders & Partners
Gumala has close and strong working relationships with a large number of organisations, including our key stakeholder Rio Tinto Iron Ore
Gumala Aboriginal Corporation (GAC) is one of Australia’s largest Indigenous corporations. GAC is a leader in successfully delivering a wide range of innovative programs and community development projects that directly improve our Traditional Owners' standard of living and quality of life. Created in 1996 to negotiate the ground-breaking Yandi Land Use Agreement, GAC is a reform-driven, member-based organisation that provides economic, social and community developmental solutions for the Traditional Owners of our iron ore-rich Pilbara lands.
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Community Development Projects
Gumala Aboriginal Corporation is committed to the continuous delivery of economic and community benefits to our Members and their children, the Nyiyaparli, Banyjima and Innawonga peoples of the Pilbara. Our growing portfolio of Community Development Projects, which include housing, capital works, and other community-based initiatives, continue to deliver significant improvements to the lives of our Members and their children.
Our featured video is Rio Tinto's "Yandi Sustaining", which showcases the Yandicoogina iron ore mine (located on our Traditional Owners' land in the Pilbara region of Western Australia).
The Wiki Gumala, a comprehensive online resource library encompassing a wide range of topics about Indigenous Australians.
Members can visit this section to download application forms for all of our programs.
Gumala Aboriginal Corporation advises all members that the 5 year Review into the Yandi Land Use Agreement (YLUA) has commenced. Mr Fred Chaney and Mr Paul Lennon are appointed to undertake the Review and will be holding community consultation sessions with Gumala Members in various towns in WA over a three month period.
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