Jabalbina Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation

The Jabalbina Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation administers land on behalf of the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people or the Daintree. Their ownership was recognised in the Eastern Kuku Yalanji determination of December 2007.

This determination arose from a native title claim first made in 1994. Over 13 years, this claim has been negotiated to reach agreement. All parties now agree to recognise the Eastern Kuku Yalanji’s native title rights, including:

  • exclusive rights to 30,300 hectares of the Daintree Rainforest, and
  • non-exclusive rights over the other 96,600 hectares, including access rights for camping, hunting, fishing, gathering and the conduct of ceremonies.

This agreement was affirmed and approved by the Federal Court in December 2007.

Download full profile here
Source: www.nativetitle.org.au

Additional resources

Public documents can be accessed through the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC) website.

Documents include:

  • Members list
  • General Reports
  • Rule Book
  • Media releases by ORIC about this organisation
  • Change of information and
  • any other documentation as required by ORIC

Click here to be redirected to the ORIC Website

Captcha Code

Click the image to see another captcha.

Newsletter Signup

Directors

Mr Warren Kulka (Chairperson)
Ms Emma Burchill (Deputy Chair)
Ms Fiona Jose
Ms Gail Barry
Mr Charles Maillie
Mr Peter Wallace

Contact details

Jabalbina Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC

15 Sawmill Road
Mossman QLD 4873

PO Box 1430
MOSSMAN QLD 4873

Telephone: (07) 4098 3552
Fax: (07) 4098 2375
Email: ceo@jabalbina.com.au

Website:  www.jabalbina.com.au

ICN: 7002
ABN: 79611886178

 


PBC Hub

We’ve been kicking the dust throughout Cape York for more than 20 years. Here’s a snapshot of some of our successes around the Cape York Region and Traditional Owner PBC's throughout Cape York.

Our Resources

On a regular basis we produce informative publications which act to communicate to our constituents and the public the aims, objective and activities with regards to land dealing as well as other Indigenous related issues.

Cape York Links

Cape York Land Council is a part of an integral network of Indigenous service organisations that have been working to improve the lives and social conditions of the people of Cape York through positive empowerment.