North West Indigenous Pastoral Project

The North West Indigenous Pastoral Project (NWIPP) in South Australia’s Far North involves eight important Indigenous owned properties:

  • Andamooka, Purple Downs and Roxby Downs Stations (Kokatha Pastoral Pty Ltd)
  • Emeroo Station (Bungala Aboriginal Corporation)
  • Mount Clarence, Mount Willoughby and Mabel Creek Stations (AMY Nominees Pty Ltd)
  • parts of the APY (Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara).

The State Government, through the Department of Primary Industries and Regions, has invested almost $2.9 million to NWIPP since its inception in 2015, with a further $2.25 million committed over 2019-2021.

The project is run in partnership with the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC). The ILC has also provided more than $800,000 in complementary grant funding and will commit a further $600,000 to participant groups to undertake property management planning and for plant, equipment and infrastructure development to enable land to be brought back into production.

North West Indigenous Pastoral Project Factsheet (PDF 249.8 KB)

Page Last Reviewed: 29 Aug 2018
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