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Ngadju Family groups?

Ngadju Family Groups

Ngadju members are approved descendants of the following family groups that were recognised in the Ngadju Native Title Determination.

Dalgety/ Ray/Munroe

Ngadju members might be eligible to access the following programs through Abbott’s

Ambulance Cover

Disability Support

Adult Education

Education Assistance

Elders Assistance

Funeral Service Assistance

Hardship and Elderly Health and Wellbeing Assistance

Headstone & Memorial Monument Project

Medical Travel Assistance

Sports Assistance

Needing More Information?

For more information and enquiries regarding beneficiary funding programs, please contact ABBOTT’S directly.

Apply for your Membership

To be successful in your application for membership of the Ngadju Native Title Aboriginal Corporation (NNTAC), you are required to:

1. Satisfy the membership criteria

Be 18 years of age, show one form of identification.

Identify to one Family Group

Declare you will abide by the Rule Book, Code of Conduct and act in the best interest of the Corporation.

Confirm you are a Ngadju person and/or recognised as a Ngadju person.

Provide relevant details so that the Directors have reasonable satisfaction you have been on country.

Acknowledge and observe Ngadju law (lore) and customs.

2. Download and fill out your application form here
Application form
3. Upload your application through the following form.
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material.The NNTAC website acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, culture, and community.
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