we are saltwater people
Gudjuda Reference Group Aboriginal Corporation was established in 1999 to support six Traditional Owner groups with cultural heritage and native title.
Over time the three Traditional Owner groups established and founded their own organizations through their Native Title prescribed body corporates (PBC).
Gudjuda became a not-for-profit Indigenous social enterprise with a focus on employment and training. Gudjuda also supports Traditional Owner groups in the Burdekin NRM region in land and sea country management.
Gudjuda has a training centre and two offices based at the Home Hill showgrounds.
Gudjuda delivers various Indigenous employment and land and sea management projects. These include:
Gudjuda Land and Sea Rangers Program
Gudjuda Café and Cultural Centre
- Juru Walk and Bush tucker experience
- Gudjuda Market garden and nursery
- Gudjuda Work for the Dole Program
- Skilling Queenslanders for Work Program