Inside the Aboriginal Coordinating Council

ACC Projects closure marks the end of an era.

Responsive

The Aboriginal Co-ordinating Council is a secretariat body and local government to the fifteen Deed of Grant in Trust (DOGIT) Communities across Queensland, Australia.

Quality

The ACC functions as a peak representative body to and for the needs of DOGIT Communities and Residents.

Support

The operations and management of the ACC can be found in this section of the website. Find information on the Full and Executive Councils, Functions of the ACC, our Vision Statement and the Legislation behind the Organisation.

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Cherbourg Aboriginal Community

Cherbourg Aboriginal community is situated near Murgon, approximately three hours drive from Brisbane. Cherbourg is the oldest and the largest aboriginal community in Queensland. The original mission was located at Durundur, but relocated to a Read more…

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Hopevale Community

Hope Vale is located 46 km north of Cooktown in Far North Queensland, Australia. Hope Vale is home to various clan groups who speak Guugu Yimithirr and other languages. Hope Vale was established as a Read more…