Banjima Native Title Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC (BNTAC) was incorporated in 2013 and is the Registered Native Title Body Corporate for the Banjima People.

Our mission

Building a strong future for the Banjima People.


A strong, prosperous, and self-determined Banjima People


  • Culture: Banjima culture is the basis upon which we conduct our business.  Our decisions and our actions will be guided by our culture and our cultural values.
  • Respect: We are fair, we are mindful of others and we will treat each other and our stakeholders with dignity.

  • Transparency: We are accountable, we will report diligently, and we will take responsibility for our decisions.

  • Integrity: We will communicate openly and honestly, we will do what we say we will do, we will uphold confidentiality and recognise the importance of privacy and we will adhere to agreed processes to achieve results.

Our work

To ensure traditional decision-making and Banjima Lore and Culture are always at the core of our organisation, BNTAC and our Banjima Board of Directors regularly engage with the Banjima Community, its councils and committees, and the Banjima Elders Council.



Our Strategic Plan


As the Banjima Prescribed Body Corporate (PBC), our key responsibilities include the protection and maintenance of Banjima People’s native title rights and interests, ensuring good governance practices are maintained and that traditional decision making and Banjima law and culture are at the core of our organisation.

Banjima Country Management (our on-country team) leads and manages the Banjima Yurlubajagu Strategic Plan — Banjima's vision for country and culture — through work done by our Banjima Rangers.

BNTAC also undertakes some Executive Office function under a Benefits Management Structure (BMS). Under this structure, BNTAC works closely with Banjima's decision-making bodies to deliver targeted programs through our Member Services team that support Banjima culture, build the capacity of Banjima People and promote strong and healthy families.

The Banjima People received a determination of Native Title on 11 March 2014.

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