We are currently seeking expressions of interest for an Administration Manager’s role. The Administration Manager is to ensure the administration operations of Dambimangari Aboriginal Corporation (DAC) operates in an efficient and effective manner in the delivery of professional services for Dambimangari Traditional Owners and all stakeholders engaged in DAC operations.
Dambimangari Aboriginal Corporation (DAC) is the corporate body for the Dambimangari Peoples, providing a range of programs for the benefit of the Traditional Owners, providing employment, business and social and economic assistance.
NOTICE TO ALL DAMBI MEMBERS As of Thursday 26th March 2020 Dambimangari Aboriginal Corporation will begin processing RPF Bucket Money Applications For more information click here All Mowanjum – based Members please contact: Jenna Dolby – based at Mowanjum Office Phone: 9191 1104 or email@example.com All Non – Mowanjum based Members, please contact: Chloe – […]
Cassandra McCumstie has been appointed Dambimangari Aboriginal Corporation (DAC) interim Chief Executive Officer. The appointment, following the resignation of Stephen Crook, was announced yesterday by DAC Board chairman Francis Woolagoodja “She has significant experience and knowledge of the Dambi Corporation and strong relationships with our stakeholders. As interim CEO, she will play a significant role […]
Thanks everyone for a great effort in 2019 We’ve laid the foundation for a successful and rewarding 2020 Our office will be closed for the summer holiday from December 20 to January 6. Stephen Crook, CEO Dambimangari Aboriginal Corporation
AGM 2019 More than 100 Dambimangari Aboriginal Corporation members and staff turned out for the group’s AGM at the Derby Sportsmen’s Club in Ashley Street, Derby, on November 6. The presentations included the audited financial statements for the year ended June 30, 2019. For more information on the annual financial results click here Francis Woolagoodja […]
Dambimangari Ranger Co-ordinator Josh Vartto is settling into life in the Kimberley after working for 12 months in one of the most challenging places in the world. Josh arrived at Derby for his new environmental management role at Dambi country in April this year after working on Raoul Island, 1500 kilometres north east of Auckland, […]
A series of smoking ceremonies has marked the return to production of iron ore at Koolan Island where Mount Gibson Iron is working with Dambi Traditional Owners on a new era for the famous mining operation. Operations on Dambi country at Koolan Island have resumed with the reconstruction of the mine site following a major […]
By Frank Martin On a scheduled patrol of Worndoom 5-12 August Dambi Rangers Frank Martin and Edmund Jungine set sail to Montgomery Reef to undertake turtle survey work. Throughout the 8-day patrol over 130 turtle nests where counted, 10 hatchlings were found, and 11 adult green turtles were caught for DNA sampling. Areas surveyed included […]