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We acknowledge our culture and the diversity of our unique heritage in the Far West region of South Australia.

Who We Are

The Ceduna Aboriginal Corporation(CAC)

has proudly deliver services to the Ceduna region since 1974.
In April 1997, the Far West Aboriginal Progress Association (established 1974) amalgamated with the Ceduna Aboriginal Community Council to form the Ceduna Aboriginal Community Council Inc.
The Ceduna Aboriginal Community Council Inc. then joined the Tjutjunaku Worka Tjuta Inc. (established 1989) officially amalgamating in July 2000.
In July 2012 the Tjutjunaku Worka Tjuta Inc. became the Ceduna Aboriginal Corporation.

“CEDUNA ABORIGINAL CORPORATION ACKNOWLEDGES OUR CULTURE AND THE DIVERSITY OF OUR UNIQUE HERITAGE IN THE FAR WEST REGION OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA INCLUDING THOSE WHO HAVE PASSED BEFORE US AND THOSE WHO ARE PRESENT TODAY WHO CARRY THE HONOUR TO PROTECT AND MAINTAIN OUR CUSTOMS AND CULTURAL VALUES AS THE TRADITIONAL OWNERS AND CUSTODIANS OF THIS LAND.”

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Our Programs

CAC represents the best practice for engagement throughout this
region, launching world class initiatives which include:

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News

November 2017

Ceduna community bus

November 6th, 2017|

Ceduna community bus trial to connect people to services CAC News   •  Nov, 2017 A free community transport service will soon be trialled in Ceduna. From Monday, November 13 a community bus will run throughout the town on a six-month trial period operating on weekdays only. The bus will stop 12 times per loop, with three [...]

July 2017

NAIDOC Week : 2016

July 20th, 2017|

NAIDOC Week : 2016 CAC News   •  July, 2016 NAIDOC 2016 started in the traditional essence of opening our celebrations with a Church Service held at the Koonibba Church. The event was hosted by Koonibba Community Aboriginal Council. The service was given by Pastor Dean Heyne. In the aspect of tradition, the service was [...]

NAIDOC Week : 2015

July 15th, 2017|

NAIDOC Week : 2015 CAC News   •  July, 2015 KOONIBBA CHURCH SERVICE NAIDOC MARCH AND CULTURAL FAMILY DAY ELDERS LUNCH CHILDRENS FANCY DRESS ADULT NAIDOC BALL

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Our Mission & Vision

“We are the leading Indigenous body advocating for and delivering quality social and economic development opportunities for Aboriginal people, to improve the emotional well-being of all of our constituents including the opportunity to sustain and build on our diverse cultural heritages.”

Improving the lives of Aboriginal People in Ceduna and surrounds

Being a Voice for the community

Creating a pathway to a great cultural, social and economic future

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