Arru Arabana kari​​

Nikki ananthara-kunha wadlhu, arni pankirda Urrkari Nikki ngurra-nga

Hello, welcome Arabana People 

 

This is our home site. We are glad you are here.

 

On behalf of the Arabana Aboriginal Corporation, I welcome you to our website. 

 

This website is for Traditional Owners of Arabana Country to learn, share and engage with our culture, Country and people.

 

If you want to know more about Arabana Country, our people and culture, please contact us.

 

Chairperson 

Arabana Aboriginal Corporation

EVENTS CALENDAR

ABOUT

The Arabana Aboriginal Corporation (ICN 7729) is the Registered Native Title Body Corporate that adminsters lands and waters on behalf of the Arabana people.

 

For a technical description of what we do, please follow this link to the Arabana Aboriginal Corporation page on the South Australian Native Title web site 

 

The Board of Directors

 

The Arabana Aboriginal Corporation is governed by a Board of Directors. There are currently 12 members of the Board of Directors.

The secretariat

 

The Arabana Aboriginal Corporation engages the services of Camatta Lempens to provide administrative assistance.
 

We are in the process of transferring administrative duties back to within the AAC.

The primary way to contact the Arabana Aboriginal Corporation is through the email admin@arabana.com.au, or using the form on this website.

 
Our main contact at Camatta Lempens is through the office of Stephen Kenny.

 

2012

ARABANA 
NATIVE TITLE
DECLARED

69000

SQUARE KILOMETRES AND AUSTRALIA'S BIGGEST INDIVIDUAL 
ABORIGINAL TRIBE

2013

LAKE EYRE GIVEN ITS ARABANA NAME BACK - KATI THANDA

3RD

KATI THANDA IS THE 3RD LARGEST SALT LAKE IN THE WORLD

ARABANA COUNTRY

Our tribal name is Ngurabanna, the land of the mound springs.
Mound springs are precious water holes that spread far and wide accross our Country.
The springs are central to our culture and they help sustain life in our beautiful, dessert lands.
In 2012, we decided to call our organisation Arabana, which means Sturt Desert Pea, the unique flower that blossoms in the Arabana desert after winter rains.
In 2012, we were also granted Native Title to over 69000 square kilometres of Australia, in recognition of our ancient and ongoing connection to Ngurabanna Country.
Click on an image below to open the gallery and enjoy the images of Ngurabanna Country.
 
Aaron Stuart in Arabana country
warrakathi
Arabana-Sturt Dessert Pea
The Bubbler - Arabana dreaming
Blanche Cup - Arabana dreaming
Arabana boomerang tree
Arrabana Finniss Restoration Project
Arabana Finniss Springs
Arabana Gibber
Arabana Dingo
Arabana Sand dune
Arrabana Finniss SpringRestoration 2
Arabana thinking
Arabana thinking two
Algebuckina Bridge
Macumba
Arabana Finniss Springs
Anna Creek Station on Arabana COuntr
 
 

CONTACT

Address
Send us a message on the form below

48 Flinders Terrace

Port Augusta SA 5700

admin@arabana.com.au

 

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