Breaking Ground at Murrin Bridge13 March, 2023
NSWALC celebrates inspiring Aboriginal women at NSW Women of the Year awards ceremony10 March, 2023
The network of 120 Local Aboriginal Land Councils (LALCs) are divided into nine regions. The number of LALCs within each region ranges from 9 to 21.
Confirmation of Aboriginality
The NSW Aboriginal Land Council does not issue letters of Confirmation of Aboriginality or Certificates of Aboriginality.
Not all LALCs issue Confirmations of Aboriginality but may issue you a Confirmation of Membership after a period of active membership.
Fulfilling our legislative commitments to provide community benefits to members of Local Aboriginal Land Councils and the wider Aboriginal community.
To be accepted as a member of a LALC you must apply to the LALC in writing. You can apply as a new member or, if you were a member in the past, you can apply to reactivate your membership.
The New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council's (NSWALC) elected arm consists of nine Councillors democratically-elected by registered voting members of Local Aboriginal Land Councils (LALCs).