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Bininj Kunwok Centre
Managed by Jabiru Kabolkmakmen Ltd, the Bininj Kunwok Centre is now available to hireFind out more
Design contract awarded for new Jabiru Health Centre
The Northern Territory Government has awarded local business Platt Architects the tender to design Jabiru’s new Health Centre.
The health centre will be an important piece of infrastructure in Jabiru’s future that will include an ambulance bay, consultation rooms, dental services, hearing care, x-ray facilities, a morgue and a four-chair renal unit that will offer renal dialysis services for patients in the West Arnhem region.
Jabiru Corporation Commences Work on Town’s Future
Recently incorporated Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation Jabiru Town (GACJT) is preparing to take on the new township lease for the former mining town of Jabiru. The granting of the lease and the recognition of Aboriginal land rights in Jabiru is a key plank of the agreement signed by both the Commonwealth and Northern Territory governments in 2019 to secure the future of the town.
Bininj Kunwok Centre conference facilities now available to hire
The Bininj Kunwok Centre (BKC) is a co-location space for organisations, consultants and community members that support the social and economic development of the Bininj community in the West Arnhem region.
Managed by Jabiru Kabolkmakmen Ltd, the BKC is now available to hire
Chief Minister announces Jabiru power station contract
The Chief Minister, Michael Gunner, has announced that the construction contract of Jabiru’s new hybrid power station has been awarded to Brisbane based energy company EDL (Energy Developments Ltd).
With construction due to begin in April, the hybrid diesel and solar power station will be a vital part of Jabiru’s transition from a mining-based economy to an indigenous led tourism and government services hub.