We are building stronger communities

People are our most important asset

With the view that people are the most important asset to foster and protect, we strive to create sustainable businesses in communities that have a social conscience and provide economic growth. We have a vision for a future where Aboriginal people can move confidently into economic independence.

Annual report 2018/19

The year started with a clear vision to empower board and staff with the resources to achieve our goals and build our brand. Its ended with tangible achievement and much to feel proud about.

The Aboriginal Investment Group Entities

Throughout ourwebsite we refer to Aboriginal Investment Group or AIG. Whilst AIG is the registered business name of the Northern Aboriginal Investment Corporation Pty Ltd, it is used throughout the site to represent all of our operating entities.

North Australia Aboriginal Corporation (NAAC)

NAAC is the main operational arm of AIG and is responsible for all wealth creation activities. It owns our assets, employs AIG staff and provides services such as store management, business support services, governance support and mentoring services.

North Australia Aboriginal Charitable Trust

NAACT is the charitable arm of AIG and an avenue for wealth distribution. Our Remote Laundries project has been the focus for NAACT this year. It’s through NAACT that AIG is able to offer tax deductions for our donors to the laundry.

Northern Australian Investment Corporation (NAIC)

The Trustee of Northern Australian Aboriginal Charitable Trust (NACT).

Create Housing and Construction Pty. Ltd

Create Housing & Construction Pty Ltd (CHC) is the Construction and project management arm of AIG. It has worked with Commonwealth agencies and Aboriginal communities on a variety of commercial and social developments. One of its earliest projects was a secure facility for the Australian Customs Service and their Customs House Gove near Nhulunbuy NT. CHC’s more current activities included the delivery of two community stores in Barunga and Timber Creek.