Representative Corporations


The Representative Corporations (Rep Corps) are the shareholders of IBN. There are currently four Rep Corp Groups listed below and IBN have Service Agreements with the groups to operate and achieve a collaborative relationship towards unity, inclusion and continuous improvement.

The Rep Corps role, as stated in Clause 11 of the Trust Deed defines this as:

  • Representing their language group in putting proposals and submissions to the Trustee and generally liaise with the Trustee in matters relevant to the Language Group
  • Advise the Trustee as to the Language Group connections by people applying to become members of the Community.
  • Mediate and consult between members of its Language Group in determining and resolving matters in issue between them relating to the activities of the Foundation
  • Comply with the conditions of the Service Agreements or other allocated funds
  • Disseminate amongst its members, information about the activities of the Foundation and to liaise between the Trustee and its members in matters relating to the administration of the Foundation
  • Determine as requested by the Trustee, how are to be applied in order to benefit the members of each Language Group.
  • Nominating Directors to the Trustee Board to represent their language group and the trustee as a whole
Rep CorpORIC Indigenous Corporation Number (ICN)Current Chairperson
Minadhu Aboriginal Corporation (MAC)3827Brendon Cook
Banjyma Aboriginal Corporation (BAC)3825Justin Dhu
Milyuranpa Banjyma Aboriginal Corporation (MBAC)3826Zoey Lethbridge
Niapaili Aboriginal Corporation (NAC)3677Joanne Narrier

Further Governance and Compliance Guidance including Directors ID,  can be obtained by visiting the website of the

Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC): –

Contact your Rep Corp

Rep Corp Email
Minadhu Aboriginal Corporation (MAC)
Banjyma Aboriginal Corporation (BAC)
Milyuranpa Banjyma Aboriginal Corporation (MBAC)
Niapaili Aboriginal Corporation (NAC)
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