40 Years Strong - Our Land Council Our Mob Our Future



Help us celebrate the deadliest Land Rights system in Australia. 

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) is honouring our legends of Land Rights with a Gala Dinner at Darling Harbour on Friday, 29 September. 

The 40 Years Strong: Our Land Council Our Mob Our Future Gala Dinner pays tribute to Land Rights legends, past and present.

An exciting line-up of entertainment is headlined by legendary rock band Coloured Stone and X Factor winner Isaiah Firebrace and includes a special Land Rights dance from the NAISDA Dance College.

Tickets are selling fast so click here to be part of history. In October 1977, more than 200 legends met at the Redfern Black Theatre to lay the foundation for Land Rights.

On 29 September we're celebrating a success story that contributes to the cultural, social and economic life of New South Wales.


Date: Fri. 29 September 2017
Time: 6:30 pm - 11:30 pm AEST
Dress: Cocktail
18+ event 


ICC Sydney Grand Ballroom
14 Darling Drive
Sydney, NSW 2009




Thank you to our sponsors


KARI is one of the largest Aboriginal community services and the largest Aboriginal foster care agency in Australia and is proud to support the NSWALC as a sponsor of the 40th Anniversary Gala Dinner. 

KARI provides holistic services to the community with a large emphasis on education, child and family support, economic development, community project development and cultural initiatives.  

Find out more about how KARI supports local and Aboriginal communities. 

Chalk & Behredt
Chalk & Behrendt (formerly Chalk and Fitzgerald) is proud to support the NSWALC and the Land Rights movement by coming on board as one of the 40th Anniversary Gala Dinner sponsors. 

The majority Aboriginal-owned law firm has a long history of working with Aboriginal land councils and Aboriginal communities and is excited to be supporting the Gala Dinner.

Chalk & Behrendt focus on serving Indigenous organizations and businesses,  supreme courts, the Federal Court and High Court of Australia. Find out more here .



IBA is a commercially focused organisation. Economic independence for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is at the heart of what we do. Our programs assist Indigenous Australians to buy their own homes, be successful in business and invest in commercial ventures that provide strong financial returns.



NSWALC has two free tickets to giveaway to the gala dinner at the ICC on 29 September 2017. 

To enter the competition, email  news@alc.org.au  and tell us in 25 words or less tell us: 

Why Land Rights are important to the future of Aboriginal people in Australia.