In March 2010 DAI obtained an “Approval in Principle” from the Kakadu Board of Management for the Manbiyarra development plan. It is proposed to establish an upmarket safari camp to be owned and operated by DAI on an area to be leased from Parks Australia, near the Border Store.

Through the support of the Indigenous Business Account, we have secured the assistance of MLCS, to develop the Manbiyarra Border Store feasibility study, Business Plan and application for funds to the Northern Land Council.

Strategic Planning

On Country Academy

Regionally coordinate and deliver VET and Employment Services in the key economic drivers of West Arnhem, including but not limited to;

  • Tourism/Hospitality
  • Conservation, Land and Cultural Heritage Management
  • Rural Operations

Manbiyarra Visitor Services Program – 2013/14

The Manbiyarra Visitor Management Program includes the following visitor management, cultural exchange and interpretation/information services;
Manbiyarra Visitor Precinct – Visitor Information and Interpretation Services, including;

  • Ubirr Interpretation Program
  • Merl Camp-ground Cultural and Natural Interpretation activities
  • Manbiyarra District Walks and Talks
  • Manbiyarra District Cultural Exchange Facilitation