News & Events

Gumala Newsletter December 2021

Gumala’s latest newsletter is out now. Follow the link here for updates about the October AGM, important dates for Members,…

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Application deadline and phone update

We would like to inform Members that our phone lines will be closed from 1pm-5pm each day until further…

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Christmas Program 2021 launched

This year Gumala is providing two options for the Christmas Program: a $500 payment directly to your bank account…

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Education Programs now open for 2022

Gumala Members and Beneficiaries are reminded that GAC’s Education Programs (Kindy – Year 12) for the 2022 school year…

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Gumala launches Housing Support Program

GAC is calling for Expressions of Interest from Gumala Members for the new Housing Support Program. The deadline is…

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GAC’s Annual Report 2020-21 out now

GAC’s Annual Report for 2020-21 is now available. Please follow the link here.

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Job opportunity – Member Services Officer

Gumala is seeking a candidate to join our small team of Member Services Officers (MSO). As an MSO, you will…

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Gumala Newsletter September 2021

Gumala’s latest newsletter is out now. Follow the link here for updates about the AGM, 3a, Community Projects, GIPL and…

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25 year anniversary of GAC’s incorporation

Today marks 25 years of Gumala Aboriginal Corporation (GAC) operating to represent the interests of Banjima, Yinhawangka and Nyiyaparli…

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Member Program Guidelines 2021-2022

Gumala’s new Member Program Guidelines have been released for the 2021-2022 financial year. The new guidelines and application forms…

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Need help with finding work?

Gumala, BNTAC and Rio Tinto will be hosting a Career Readiness Workshop in Perth on Saturday 31 July to…

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New Member Portal Rollout from 6 May

The rollout of Gumala’s new Member Portal will begin on Thursday 6 May. The portal will allow Members and…

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GAC Services

Now and for the future

Member Programs & Services

We are dedicated to delivering programs and services that are impactful both in the present and in the long term to our Members. Gumala was established to bring lasting and tangible benefits to the Traditional Owners for which it serves.

Our Member programs promote education, employment, health, community development and the sustainability of our people’s culture. Our aim is that our programs will deliver sustainable, beneficial outcomes for our Members and their families so that they may continue to build on their achievements.

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Community Projects

Gumala  is committed to working in partnership with our Members and their communities.

Our objectives are to establish a vision and path forward for communities aligned with current and future needs of those communities and to improve social, economic, environmental and cultural outcomes of each community. Gumala also aims to support and address current and future challenges faced by those communities.

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Gumala Working Hard for You

Gumala’s unique and transformational approach to poverty alleviation in a socially complex environment is enabling economic, social and community developmental solutions for Traditional Owners.


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