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The WA Government is calling for Expressions of Interest for positions on the Aboriginal Advisory Council of Western Australia (Council).  


What is the AACWA?

The Council is a government board that provides advice to the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and the State Government relating to interests and well-being of Aboriginal people across Western Australia.

In addition to providing strategic advice. the council provides implementation advice on the National Agreement on Closing the Gap.

What is involved in being on the Council?

AACWA meets a minimum of four times a year to consult on policy matters relating to Aboriginal people.

The Department of Premier and Cabinet (the Department) acts as AACWA’s Secretariat and provides members support on behalf of the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs (Minister), to whom AACWA reports to.

AACWA meetings are open to all government agencies who wish to engage in advice from the members.

How to Express Interest to be on the Council

Positions on the Council become available for a term of two (2) years. 

Applications Close 8pm, 18 March 2024.

Expression of Interest forms are available by contacting the Secretariat by:


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Phone - (08) 6552 5000

Or the WA Govt wesbite - HERE