Djabulukgu Association Incorporated (DAI) is a model of a well-functioning and truly representative aboriginal association, a respected member of the NT Tourism industry and an example to all groups and individuals who may plan to enter the tourist industry with unique or indigenous product or add value and diversify to existing product lines.

DAI are the owner operators of Aboriginal owned and operated enterprises Kakadu Cultural Tours, Anbinik Kakadu Resort and Manbiyarra Border Store as well as the Njanjma Rangers Working on Country program.

"Our story is in the land.
It is written in our sacred places.

My children will look after those places.

That is the law.”

 

Bill Neidji

 

"Our land has a big story.

Sometimes we tell a little bit at a time. Come and hear our stories, see our land. A little bit might stay in your heart.

If you want more, you can come back..."

Na Godjok Nayinggul

Leading By Example

DAI has a proven track record of successfully adapting to the needs and challenges of national and international tourism and is constantly monitoring, evaluating and improving it’s existing products, developing new and exciting products to improve the visitor experience, maximising the social and commercial benefits for it’s members and the travelling public.
DAI are developing strategies to add value to their existing successful enterprises in Kakadu National Park (KNP) and Arnhemland by expanding our range of products and increasing bed numbers and pax on tours in the shoulder and off-peak seasons.

DAI are the owner operators of Aboriginal owned and operated enterprises Kakadu Cultural Tours, Anbinik Kakadu Resort and Manbiyarra Border Store as well as the Working on Country program, Njanjma Rangers.

DAI Engages in decision making process with integrity, to ensure our continued success by way of creating sustainable financial and human investment. Our organisational values, principles, concepts are ongoing and provide a sharing framework which includes:

  • Respect
  • Caring for People
  • Leadership
  • Integrity
  • Environmental sustainability
  • Generational financial sustainability
  • Embracing the diversity of new Communities

Created Shared Value

Shared values are created within our business and community entities.

We achieve our shared values by way of innovative community leadership, fostering value, within our human asset resources and financial resources, our business and community involvements.

Contact Details

Djabulukgu Association Inc.
Whites Road Jabiru, NT 0886

PO Box 206 Jabiru NT 0886
Ph: 08 8938 3200
Fax: 08 8979 2248
ABN 56 936 364 456

 

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