Narungga Nation Aboriginal Corporation (NNAC) is the peak body and representative of Native Title Interests and Rights for all Narungga People. Narungga traditional country encompasses the Yorke Peninsula (Guuranda), surrounding islands and waters and borders nations south of the Port Broughton River, east from Pt Wakefield and stretches the bottom of Innes National Park.
NNAC’s objectives include the advancement of language and culture, provision of economic, social and cultural benefits, including employment, training and education to all Narungga People.
NNAC will focus on developing strong and healthy families, strong culture and connection to country for future generations and ensuring Narungga People have a strong voice and access to opportunities that provide them with the capacity to shape and lead their own destinies now and into the future.
The Buthera Agreement
The official signing of the Buthera Agreement 16 February, 2018 supports the Narungga Nation Aboriginal Corporation to drive development, economic enterprise and engagement with government agencies.
The Buthera Agreement supports the NNAC Board and Executive to operate as an organisation to implement and deliver better infrastructure, programs and services, building the capacity of Narungga-owned businesses and creating employment and training opportunities.
The agreement also includes social service strategies covering youth justice, housing, domestic violence, health, child protection and education and cultural studies.
It is the first agreement of its kind between any Australian government and an Aboriginal group.