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Far West Coast Aboriginal Corporation


FWCAC manages the Far West Coast land, recognised in law (having been Determined) as belonging to the Far West Coast Aboriginal Peoples in the Federal Court Determination for Native Title on the 5th of December, 2013.

The boundary recognises the claim area of the 6 cultural groups who are represented by the FWCAC, and their subsequent cultural authority as a whole and is considered the Far West Coast region.

A decision made at Spear Creek assisted the 6 cultural groups to form a larger unified claim in order to achieve native title, and the legacy of this decision making is still observed in achieving equal representation from all 6 cultural groups.

6 Distinct Cultural Groups:

  • Mirning Peoples
  • Wirangu Peoples
  • Kokatha Peoples
  • The descendants of Edward Roberts
  • Yalata Peoples
  •  Maralinga Tjaratja (Oak Valley) Peoples

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Far West Coast Aboriginal Corporation are pleased to announce the appointment of three newly elected investment directors to our team. Please join us in extending...
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Due to a loss of power, we have had to close the office. Staff have no access to phones or emails. Apologies for the inconvenience caused. ... See MoreSee Less
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In May, we embarked on a joint venture partnership with the Far West Coast Aboriginal Corporation to complete the Jacinth Ambrosia Aerodrome and Haul Road projects, an ongoing commitment to the repair and resealing of a vital piece of mining infrastructure in the state's Far West. Pictured are two of our team (Dave Evans / Andy Perry) alongside Gareth Dudley from Far West Coast Aboriginal Corporation, all wearing work shirts that we had specially made (by the team at ACE Merch & Apparel) for this venture. The beautiful artwork on these shirts, titled "Two Tribes," was created by Preston Warren from Painted Studios. A descendant of the Dieri and Wirangu nations, the original custodians of the northern regions of South Australia,This piece speaks to Preston’s connection to Country, illustrating the coming together of the Dieri & Wirangu nations through the natural landscapes of rivers, lakes, deserts, and tribal land boundaries.We selected this artwork as we felt it best represents the collaboration between our "two tribes" and our commitment to inclusion and diversity.We look forward to continuing to build strong partnerships and honouring the rich cultural heritage of the lands on which we work 🌍🤝 #WestCoastBitumen #FarWestCoastAboriginalCorporation #JacinthAmbrosia #TwoTribes #Inclusion #Diversity #Community ... See MoreSee Less
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