Working together as a community to establish a solid foundation towards independence,
community wellbeing, and cultural identity now and for future generations.

Protect Bungaroo

Robe River Kuruma Aboriginal Corporation has chosen the 5th June – the United Nations: World Environment Day – to launch a short film ‘Bungaroo’ calling on government, industry, and the Australian community to help protect Bungaroo – an important cultural precinct, from the impacts of mining. Bungaroo has supported our…

A unique opportunity to drive change, care for Country, and truly add value to the Robe River Kuruma community and their members.

Employment Opportunities RRKAC currently has a number of exciting roles in our Country and Culture team. In contributing to RRKAC’s overarching vision and purpose, these roles directly strengthen and support RRKAC’s ability to make informed decisions in relation to agreements, approvals, compliance, and the protection and management of lands and…


Indigenous governance is about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people making and implementing decisions about their communities, lives and futures. The Indigenous Governance Awards were established to identify, celebrate and promote effective governance in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and projects. Reconciliation Australia and the BHP Foundation have proudly…

The Pilbara RYDE Program is coming!

The Pilbara RYDE Program will provide young people (16-25 years) in the Karratha Region with the opportunity to complete their 50 hours of supervised driving with a volunteer driving mentor. The Pilbara RYDE launch event will take place later in 2020 after COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted. How do I…

BikeRescue Local coming to Karratha Region

Robe River Kuruma Aboriginal Corporation is partnering with Dismantle to deliver the BikeRescue Local Karratha Project Robe River Kuruma Aboriginal Corporation and will be delivering Dismantle’s flagship BikeRescue Local program to the greater Karratha region in 2020 thanks to the collaboration of community and local business efforts. The funds raised…

Aboriginal Students leading the way in learning language

Last year Milly Evans and Kylah Carson helped create a digital learning resources to support the education of other students learning common words in the different local Aboriginal languages. This digital resource is now used by all classes within the school and the wider school community. The aim of this…

Robe River Kuruma Aboriginal Corporation Community Handbook

Our new Community Handbook is now available! This Handbook provides an overview of support available to Robe River Kuruma members, eligibility, and how you can apply. You will also find information about the Member Support Program, and guidelines for applications. As always if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate…
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