Welcome to Kokatha

The Kokatha People are the Traditional Owners of large section of the land in the north of South Australia. This includes the land surrounding the worlds largest mine BHP Billiton’s Olympic Dam Project located at Roxby Downs.

Kokatha Mula Nations Land Council and Kokatha Aboriginal Corporation are Incorporated bodies.  A governing Committee and Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring responsible management of both Kokatha businesses.

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Kokatha Pastoral features on ABC Rural

Kokotha people bring new life to run-down cattle stations in northern SA

Kokatha Pastoral features on ABC Rural Years of hard work were on show earlier this February when Kokatha Pastoral featured on ABC Rural. “Its taken almost 20 years to achieve, but the Kokatha people of northern South Australia are finally realising th …

Notice of AGM 28/11/15 – 9am


Notice of Annual General Meeting Kokatha Mula Nations Land Council Incorporated & Kokatha Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC ICN 8093 Saturday 28th November, 2015 – 9 am Cooinda Hall, Flinders Terrace, Port Augusta Agenda for each entity: Registration of …

North West Indigenous Pastoral Project creating jobs

Indigenous lands in the state’s Far North are returning to commercial production and creating employment through the State Government’s $10 million Jobs Accelerator Fund. Regional Development Minister Geoff Brock said the $1.4 million North West Indige …

Infrastructure Re-development Activity

L – R: Robert Amos, Stephen Lander, Clinton Buzzacott, Robert Lawrie and Cameron Wheelock.

Kokatha Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC launches infrastructure redevelopment activities involving restoration and repairs on Roxby Downs, Purple Downs and Andamooka Stations. Kokatha Pastoral Pty Ltd have recruited a Project Manager, a Project Supervisor …

Ashley Edwards awarded

Ashley Edwards - photo courtesy Whyalla News

Ashley Edwards has been named this year’s SA Unions Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year at the South Australian Training Awards. Read more… http://www.whyallanewsonline.com.au/story/2575645/ashleys-apprenticeship-commitment/ …

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