Ngulingah LALC is in Lismore and its boundaries include what is known as the “Rainbow Region”, with Nimbin Rocks the most famous cultural landmark in the area.
Local Aboriginal Land Councils are autonomous bodies which are governed by Boards elected by local Aboriginal community members every two years.
LALCs work for their members and the wider Aboriginal community living in their local area. They assist in matters relating to the areas of housing, legal, employment and other day-to-day matters involving Aboriginal people in accordance with functions detailed under the Act.
Ngulingah Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC), holds and manages land, houses and business enterprises in the Ngulingah Local Aboriginal area, and develops local projects and work opportunities
The Council's mission is to protect the interests and further the aspirations of its members and the broader Aboriginal community, and to promote the protection of Aboriginal culture and the heritage of Aboriginal persons in its area.
Baryulgil Square Community,Clarence Way,Baryulgil NSW 2460
Youth Stadium,2 Robinson St,Yamba NSW 2464
Wongala Estate,Wongala Drive,Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
50 Wharf St,South Grafton NSW 2460
Malabugilmah Village,Clarence Way,Malabugilmah NSW 2460
Hillcrest Community Hall,Jubilee St,Maclean NSW 2463
53 Conway StLismore NSW 2480, Australia
PO Box 981Lismore NSW 2480, Australia
Mikael Smith CEO
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