Communities & Regions
Alice Springs Transformation Plan (ASTP)
The Alice Springs Transformation Plan was announced on 2 May 2009, aims to improve life outcomes for Aboriginal residents and visitors in Alice Springs.
Dog Management Program
Information abou the Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities program
Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Program
The Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Program is a collaborative partnership between FaHCSIA and the Australian Army
Cape York Welfare Reform
Cape York Welfare Reform is a partnership between the four communities, the Australian Government, the Queensland Government, the Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership, and Cape York Partnerships.
Indigenous Community Links (ICL)
Supporting Indigenous community members and their families by providing links or referrals to a range of mainstream and Indigenous services.
Groote Eylandt and Bickerton Island Regional Partnership Agreement
This is an agreement between the Anindilyakwa Land Council, the Australian Government, the Northern Territory Government, the East Arnhem Shire Council and the Groote Eylandt Mining Company
Illawarra Regional Partnership Agreement
Regional Partnership Agreement between the Illawarra Aboriginal Community, the Australian Government and the State Government of New South Wales 2011 – 2014.
Indigenous Community Volunteers
Indigenous Community Volunteers (ICV) is a not-for-profit organisation which works in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians to facilitate community development projects.
Indigenous Coordination Centres and Regional Operations Centres
Indigenous Coordination Centres are a part of each FaHCSIA State Office.
National Indigenous Infrastructure Guide - for remote communities
The National Indigenous Infrastructure Guide is a valuable handbook for people working with remote Indigenous community infrastructure to be able to make choices about the design and maintenance of infrastructure systems.
Many Rivers Regional Partnership Agreement
This Agreement is between the Australian Government, the New South Wales State Government, representatives of NSW Local Government, NSW Aboriginal Land Council, Peak Aboriginal Non-Government Organisations, and Industry partners
Murdi Paaki Regional Partnership Agreement
This Regional Partnership Agreement is an Agreement between the Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly, the Commonwealth of Australia and the New South Wales Government of Australia.
Petrol Sniffing Strategy
The Petrol Sniffing Strategy aims to reduce the incidence and impact of petrol sniffing and other forms of substance abuse amongst Indigenous youth and communities in specific areas.
Regional Partnership Agreements
Regional Partnership Agreements (RPAs) are commitments by local Indigenous communities and their representative organisations, local councils, state/territory governments and the Australian Government to work together
Remote Service Delivery
Remote service delivery is a commitment by governments to work with Indigenous communities to improve the delivery of services to 29 priority remote communities across the NT, WA, Qld, NSW and SA.
Remote Pools 2010
In 2009/2010, the Royal Life Saving Society – Australia carried out a review of 18 swimming pools in remote Northern Territory community and towns, which support a population of more than 19,000 people.
Substance Abuse Intelligence Desks (SAIDS)
SAIDs at Alice Springs, Katherine and Marla have been funded to target and disrupt the trafficking of licit and illicit substances in the cross-border region of the Centre in the Northern Territory, South Australia, Western Australia and in the Top End.
Torres Strait Regional Authority
The Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) is the peak representative body for Torres Strait Islander and Aboriginal people living in the Torres Strait.