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Quandamooka Publications


QYAC public media resources, news and publications.

Press Releases & News

Enjoy our Annual Reports

QYAC Annual Report 21/22

Annual Report 2021 / 2022

QYAC's Annual Report spanning July 2021 to June 2022

QYAC Annual Report 18/19

Annual Report 2020 / 2021

QYAC's Annual Report spanning July 2020 to June 2021

QYAC Annual Report 18/19

Annual Report 2019 / 2020

QYAC's Annual Report spanning July 2019 to June 2020

QYAC Annual Report 18/19

Annual Report 2018 / 2019

QYAC's Annual Report spanning July 2018 to June 2019

QYAC Annual Report 17/18

Annual Report 2017 / 2018

QYAC's Annual Report spanning July 2017 to June 2018

QYAC Annual Report 16/17

Annual Report 2016 / 2017

QYAC's Annual Report spanning July 2016 to June 2017

QYAC Annual Report 15/16

Annual Report 2015 / 2016

QYAC's Annual Report spanning July 2015 to June 2016

QYAC Annual Report 14/15

Annual Report 2014 / 2015

QYAC's Annual Report spanning July 2014 to June 2015

A Selection of Publications

Strategic Plan 2022-2026

Strategic Plan

QYAC Strategic Plan 2022-2026

Education Strategy

Mil Binang

Quandamooka Education, Training, Research, Employment and Small Business Innovation Strategy 2021-2025

Sustainability Strategy

Jara Marumba Yaga

Make good Country, Quandamooka Country Sustainability Strategy

Primary Industries and Agriculture Strategy

Ngaliya Jara Gari

Our Country Gives, A Quandamooka Strategy focused on Primary Industries and Agriculture within Quandamooka Country

Quandamooka Arts and Culture Strategy

Mara Millen Yagabili

Many hands create, Quandamooka Arts and Culture Strategy

Education Strategy

Naree Budjong Djara

Management Plan

Quandamooka Sustainable Tourism Strategy

Gudjundabu Marumba

Tourism for a Glad Tomorrow:
A Five–year strategy for sustainable tourism on Quandamooka Country

Quandamooka Our Way

Our Way 2014 - 2016

A snapshot of QYAC’s Strategic Plan 2014 - 2016 outlining our direction and the goals we strive to achieve through to 2016

North Stradbroke Island Economic Transition Strategy

North Stradbroke Island Economic Transition Strategy

A Queensland Government publication which lists QYAC as the lead of some of the 23 economic initiatives

QYAC 2015 State Government Briefing

Queensland Government Issues Briefing 2015

QYAC believes the effective resolution of these issues will restore and advance the rights and wellbeing  of the Quandamooka People

Media Resources

The Quandamooka People

The Quandamooka People are a First Nation of over 2000 traditional owners from Moreton Bay, south east Queensland, Australia. “Quandamooka” is a word from the Jandai language used to describe Moreton Bay and the islands within it. Therefore, the Quandamooka People are the people of Moreton Bay.

Quandamooka is the ancestral homeland of the Nunukul, Ngughi and Goenpul peoples, the sub-groups that make up the Quandamooka People. The Quandamooka People are the traditional owners of Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), who have owned and occupied the lands and waters of Moreton Bay since time immemorial.

In fact, the Quandamooka People have over 20,000 years’ association with their Country, including Minjerribah.


QYAC is the Prescribed Body Corporate (PBC), created in 2011 under the Native Title Act 1993, responsible for managing the native title rights and interests of the Quandamooka People, who currently have native title over 54,000 hectares of land and sea on and around Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island).

QYAC is also the joint manager, with the State Government, of the Naree Budjong Djara National Park, which is the largest piece of recreational infrastructure on Minjerribah.

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