Strategic Plan 2016-2021
Ewamian Aboriginal Corporation
Five-year strategy to focus the Corporation’s resources towards the achievement of identified priorities for the future benefit of Ewamian People.
Following the successful determination of two native applications in 2013 - Ewamian People #2 & #3 (QUD6009/99 and QUD6018/01) - Plan C worked with Ewamian Aboriginal Corporation (EAC) to develop a strategic plan to help focus the organisation’s resourcing and investment for the next five years.
Building on the prior successes of the organisation, one of the main priorities identified in this document was the development of a locally owned and operated tourism operation at Talaroo Hot Springs. Plan C worked with EAC through the feasibility, design and development of this project which opened its doors to the public in 2021.
#Key Outcomes Achieved
Engagement with EAC Directors to identify community aspirations and resourcing
The EAC Five-year Strategic Plan 2016-2021, presented over three volumes including a public summary version, a EAC Director’s version and background resources
Pathway to implement key projects including the funding and development of the Talaroo Hot Springs Tourism project
Strategic Plan 2022-2032 and Economic Development Strategy 2022-2027 (Gangalidda Garawa Native Title Aboriginal Corporation)
Engagement, research, planning and strategy to support the realisation of priorities in the areas of governance and administration, economy and infrastructure, environment and country, and culture and community.
Strategic Plan 2022-2032 and Economic Development Strategy 2022-2027 (Gulf Region Aboriginal Corporation)
Supporting Traditional Owners to realise self-identified aspirations with research, planning and strategy.
Planning, engagement and research to support the identification and resourcing of community's economic, governance, environment and culture priorities.
Engaging with Traditional Owners to prepare a business plan for an Indigenous training program providing wildfire management and mitigation training.
Research and engagement to support planning for increased governance and administrative capability, community development, and emerging tourism opportunities.
Exploring current issues and opportunities, shared goals, future aspirations and developing strategies to achieve the Community's collective vision.