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.
Jobs & Training
Gumala Aboriginal Corporation is committed to providing employment and training opportunities to our Traditional Owners. Gumala also supports our Members by providing a range of information regarding current employment and training opportunities available outside of Gumala.
Gumala's Member Services programs, including Education, Health, Lore & Culture and Business Development programs, are designed to improve the economic and social outcomes of our Members and their children across core areas that include health, education, housing and preservation of traditional culture.
Gumala Enterprises is Gumala Aboriginal Corporation's business arm.
Read our 2013 Annual Report, which provides a comprehensive overview of the consolidated financial position of Gumala Aboriginal Corporation and Gumala Enterprises for the Financial Year ending 30 June 2013. The annual report also integrates a snapshot of Gumala's forward plans.
Gumala Aboriginal Corporation is Australia’s second largest Indigenous organisation, serving the Banyjima, Innawonga and Nyiyaparli people of the Pilbara region in Western Australia. Driven by innovation, Gumala is delivering ground-breaking programs across core areas that include Health, Education, Lore & Culture, Training & Employment and Business Development. Gumala is also engaged in a range of Community Development projects and services. Gumala’s unique and transformational approach to poverty alleviation in a socially complex environment is enabling economic, social and community developmental solutions for Traditional Owners.
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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 "Land". Created by Gumala Radio in conjunction with NAIDOC Week 2013, "Land" features Traditional Owners talking about their connection to land and what traditional country means to them.
The Wiki Gumala, a comprehensive online resource library encompassing a wide range of topics about Indigenous Australians.
Download application forms for our Member Services Programs operating during the 2013/14 financial year.