People, land, opportunity. Growing Indigenous involvement in the live export trade Shirley McPherson, ILC Chairperson. Indigenous shearing school at the Murrayfield fine merino business on Bruny Island. Tasmania. Mustering cattle on the Roebuck Plains Station marine floodplain. Gunbalanya.
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Growing Indigenous involvement in the live export trade
Shirley McPherson, ILC Chairperson
fine merino business on Bruny Island. Tasmania
Gunbalanya community on the Oenpelli flood plain is taking part in the live export trade for the first time with support from the ILC.
Fencing 800 km2 for grazing on the Oenpelli flood plain will increase carrying capacity to 9,400 head.
In 2009, Warrigundu had an Indigenous workforce of 25.
The station ran more than 10,000 head of cattle.
Trainees celebrate receiving their certificates - A sustainable land-based enterprise is providing new jobs and accredited training opportunities at Warrigundu Station.
Trucks ready to take a record mob of cattle from RED to the Port of Broome for export.
Cattle being yarded at Peedamulla Station which is a participant in the Pilbara Indigenous Support Service collaboration between the ILC, DAFWA and Rio Tinto.