Kuruma Marthudunera Aboriginal Corporation (KMAC) was appointed by the Kuruma and Marthudunera (K&M) people to assume responsibilities as the Registered Native Title Body Corporate (RNTBC) for Part A of K&M’s claim, managing the rights and interests of KM native title.
K&M people have traditional rights to an area covering approximately 15,759 square kms. The K&M traditional lands lie in the West Pilbara, within the Shire of Ashburton, and around the township of Pannawonica, and comprise part of the Fortescue River and the complete Robe River system.
Kuruma Marthudunera Aboriginal Corporation (KMAC), established in 2013, is the registered native title body corporate for the Kuruma and Marthudunera (K&M) peoples. KMAC is also the provider of community projects, programs and services developed and delivered for the benefit of the K&M people.
The Kuruma and Marthudunera peoples have traditional rights to an area of about 15,759 square kilometres in Western Australia’s Pilbara region within the Shire of Ashburton and Pannawonica. Found within K&M country is part of the Fortescue River, and the complete river system of the Robe River.
Working together as a community to establish a solid foundation towards independence, community wellbeing, and cultural identity now and for future generations.
Independence – We are able to make our own choices as individuals, families and community.
Community Wellbeing – Our people are well and our community is strong.
Cultural Identity – We are connected to our Country and our culture lives on.
The KMAC strategic framework is the organisation’s roadmap toward 2020 and beyond. The vision will be achieved through the strategic priorities.