Aboriginal Tourism Grant Program Round 6

Aboriginal Tourism Grant Program Round 6

The Northern Territory Aboriginal Tourism Strategy 2020 - 2030 vision is to be the undeniable Australian leader in the Aboriginal tourism sector.

The Aboriginal Tourism Grant Program Round 6 supports the vision by helping Aboriginal owned businesses and organisations to develop and activate bookable Aboriginal cultural tourism products; and to continue to build stronger visitor experiences that encourage visitors to travel to the NT and stay longer.

A total of 8 Aboriginal owned businesses and organisations across the Territory have received grant funding.

Grant recipients are

Bagala Aboriginal Corporation

A masterplan for the infrastructure upgrades including documentation, drawings and quantitative surveys to support Federal funding applications to complete the works required.


EJ & SA Crayford

New Ti Tree caravan park ablution block with accessible facilities


Tiwi Designs Aboriginal Corporation

Enhanced visitor experience for Tiwi Design's bookable tourism product - stage 4 museum archive and media centre


Bima Wear Association Incorporated

Enhanced infrastructure visibility, appeal, and functionality for a new bookable tourism product


Werenbun Association Aboriginal Corporation

Permanent independent sustainable water supply for the Mary River Roadhouse and accommodation facilities


Yimpinari Aboriginal Corporation

Johnson River Camp strategic business planning including arrangements to seek a business partnership


The Trustee For The Larrakia Development Trust

Larrakia Cultural Centre tourism activation - product development


Gumatj Corporation Limited

Wallaby Beach and surrounding areas - tourism opportunities analysis, concept plan and action plan


*Grant funding amounts are GST exclusive

Previous successful recipients

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