Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation

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Services and Programs
Working with Community stakeholders and members
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Generating regular income for the daily operations of MCAC
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Consisting of 15 single bed ensuite rooms and secure parking. 
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Not-for-profit art centre belonging to Mutitjulu community
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Funeral Assistance

Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation have provision to support a family where the deceased person is of Anangu (Aboriginal) people of Mutitjulu descent, to relieve financial pressures placed on family when a loved one has passed away.

How to Apply


To become a member of Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation (MCAC) you need to be of Anangu (Aboriginal) people of Mutitjulu descent and complete an application for membership form below which is tabled and accepted by the Board of Directors during a Board meeting.

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Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation
Mutitjulu Community
NT 0872

(08) 8956 3247

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