For thousands of years, the Olkola People have been the custodians for over one million hectares of land between the now – Laura township to the east and Kowanyama and Pormpuraaw to the west.
The Corporation is committed to achieving this aim of the Olkola People through:
- Providing opportunities for all Olkola People to return to the country and connect with the country through events such as annual on country camps.
- Employing Olkola People to manage the growing estate of Olkola Country that the Corporation is now responsible for.
What We Do
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