Calling for Expressions of Interest – Cultural Heritage Monitoring

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The Kullilli Bulloo River Aboriginal Corporation is looking to establish a register for Cultural Heritage Monitoring works, to create a list of Kullilli people who are interested in being considered for Field Survey and Cultural Heritage work activities. 
Kullilli people who are are interested in these works are asked to submit and Expression of Interest application.
For more information about the roles or to submit your Expression of Interest please email us at or call our office on 07 5495 7448 to discuss.

Junior Field Survey and Cultural Heritage Monitoring – click here for Expression of Interest

Senior Field Survey and Cultural Heritage Monitoring – click here for Expression of Interest



Winning artwork design

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The Kullilli Bulloo River Aboriginal Corporation board is happy to announce Ailsa Walsh as the winner of the polo shirt artwork competition with her artwork ‘Land & River – One Lore’.

Ailsa says “Land and River – One Lore is about the relationship between the earth and river and how it gives life to our people, wildlife and native plants. This piece includes skin tones to represent all colours of our ancestors descendants, landscapes and river ways looking down from space. Tracks with separate mens and womens business. Bora rings, tree timelines and the women’s womb that gives life to all.”

Land & River – One Lore

We are excited to see Ailsa’s artwork displayed on our polo shirt and across the corporation.

Expression of Interest – Administration Assistant

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The Kullilli Bulloo River Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC (KBRAC) is seeking expressions of interest from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are interested in applying for the above position. This is an Identified position that will be initially offered for a 6-month term after which the successful candidate will be required to enter into a training contract. The position is an administrative role to assist the PBC Coordinator with the general administrative tasks that are required to maintain effective and proficient office administration services.

We are now a registered charity!

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The Kullilli Bulloo River Aboriginal Corporation is excited to announce we have have received confirmation that we are now a registered charity and have Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status.

This enables us to receive grants and donations that go a long way in supporting us to meet the goals in our strategic plan that will benefit all Kullilli People.

A copy of our ACNC Certificate can be seen here.

We have lots of work to still do and we welcome the opportunity to work with any partners who would like to support the Kullilli Bulloo River Aboriginal Corporation. If you have any questions or would like to speak with us further please contact us.

Design our Polo Shirt Competition

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We’re extending the competition! It’s about time we had our own Kullilli Bulloo River Aboriginal Corporation polo shirt and we are looking to all Kullilli artists to help us design it.

To enter the competition simply submit your design using the attached template by the 31 July 2021 to

Please provide as much detail as you can with your artwork regarding colours and patterns.

Entry Form here: KBRAC Polo Shirt Entry Form

Shirt template here: KBRAC Polo Shirt template

The winning artist will receive $500.00 plus a free Polo Shirt.

Please note: Once the artwork has been finalised you will be able to Pre-Order the Polo Shirt

Kullilli people celebrate Native Title determination

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First published on ABC News on 2 July 2014.

The Federal Court has formally recognised the Kullilli people as the traditional owners of 32,000 square kilometres of land in south west Queensland.

The court sat in a marquee on an oval at Thargomindah this morning to officially hand down the Native Title determination on a claim first filed in 2009.

Tim Wishart from Queensland South Native Title Services says it is a huge day for the traditional owners.

“They can carry out traditional activities on the claim area including teaching the young people about law and customs, conducting ceremonies, hunting, gathering and using the natural resources of the area in traditional ways,” he said.

Mr Wishart says it has been a long struggle for recognition.

“For traditional owners to get this recognition from the Australian body politic of their identity, who they are, what their country is – it is just the most special thing,” he said.

Kulillee people from all over Queensland and interstate have travelled to Thargomindah to celebrate the occasion.