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Our Members & Alliances
Raukkan Community Council Incorporated. Raukkan, which means "meeting place" in the Ngarrindjeri language, was for thousands of years an important meeting place for Ngarrindjeri and we welcome visitors to learn about our shared history.
Ngarrindjeri Ruwe Contracting (NRC) exists to improve the lands and waters, provide employment and training opportunities for Ngarrindjeri men and women, and to ensure our culture is carried on through regeneration of native plants and foods, and protection of heritage assets. NRC is a subsidiary of Ngarrindjeri Enterprises Pty Ltd, which is owned by the NRA.
Ninkowar is an incorporated organisation run by Ngarrindjeri Miminar (women) to bring women together to maintain, protect and share Ngarrindjeri cultural heritage and to take ownership of our own health and wellbeing through celebrating living culture across our nation.
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Kalparrin Community Inc
Is an Aboriginal Community controlled organisation set up in 1975 by a group of Elders who were looking for something better in their lives besides alcohol and other drugs. Provides a ‘spirited men’s program’, mobile assistance patrol and accommodation for Aboriginal Families or individuals.
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Ngarrindjeri Tendi Inc
Ngarrindjeri Lands and Progress Association Inc
To purpose of the Ngarrindjeri Lands and Progress Association (NLPA) is to manage land of traditional or cultural significance to the Ngarrindjeri People. NLPA also provides accommodation and tourism services through Camp Coorong of accommodation services.
Camp Coorong is an education centre that has existed since 1985 and specialises in cultural education, race relations and reconciliation. It is operated by the Ngarrindjeri Lands and Progress Association and is the centre of much Ngarrindjeri educational activity
Ngarrindjeri Heritage Committee Inc
Purpose of the Heritage Committee is to assist the Ngarrindjeri People to protect areas of special significance to them in accordance with tradition and custom.
Ngarrindjeri Native Title Management Committee
This committee aims to unite the Ngarrindjeri People seeking to have their Native Title rights and interests recognised in respect of lands which comprise or form part of Ngarrindjeri Lands including pursuing the Native Title Application.
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