Anindilyakwa Housing Aboriginal Corporation

Community housing for the Groote Archipelago,
managed by and for, Anindilyakwa people.

ABOUT US

Anindilyakwa Housing Aboriginal Corporation (AHAC) was established in 2018 to facilitate decision making by Anindilyakwa people in respect of the ownership, location, design, and occupation of community housing across the Groote Archipelago.

This includes the communities of Angurugu, Umbakumba, Milyakburra, and Satellite communities of Malkala, Bartalumba Bay, Little Paradise, Four Mile, Thompsons Bay, Emerald River, Salt Lake, and Yenbakwa.

AHAC works with a variety of stakeholders including the Department of Territory Families, Housing and Communities, Anindilyakwa Land Council, The Fulcrum Agency, HealthHabitat, and local contractors, GEBIE Civil & Construction and Aminjarrinja Enterprises Aboriginal Corporation.

PARTNERS

PROGRAMS

After working on the Housing for Health program in 2021, we realised we needed to review and assess how the program was delivered within our communities and Homelands.  After this assessment we developed a more community inclusive delivery model to better meet community expectations.

We will work closely with local stakeholders and building companies to complete inspections with a focus on improving the nine healthy living principals in all homes in the Archipelago and engage with local traditional owners who would like to learn the basic skills to maintain their homes.  We will provide a culturally appropriate educational program to all households with a view to improving the living conditions of all community and Homelands residents. 

The program will be delivered by our Team for our Communities.  COVID has delayed the commencement of the program, but we look forward to delivering a sustainable community program focused on improving health, liveability and housing standards.

HOMELANDS SERVICES

AHAC commenced provision of Homelands Services to 40 houses in the communities of Bartalumba Bay, Little Paradise, Malkala, Emerald River, Yenbakwa, Leskie Pools, Thompson Bay, Salt Lake and Four Mile in July 2020. The services provided include housing maintenance and municipal services.

We have developed strong relationships within each Homeland, commenced Homelands Housing Reference Group meetings to ensure consistency in messaging and a strong and cohesive voice for our Homelands residents.

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UMBAKUMBA BIN COLLECTION!

There has been a change to the Rubbish Collection in Umbakumba.

Due to impacts after the Cyclone Megan ⛈ - Bin collections are only going to be MONDAY 8AM to 5PM

For more information contact EARC at 08 8987 4601
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UMBAKUMBA BIN COLLECTION! 

There has been a change to the Rubbish Collection in Umbakumba.

Due to impacts after the Cyclone Megan ⛈ - Bin collections are only going to be MONDAY 8AM to 5PM

For more information contact EARC at 08 8987 4601

ANGURUGU BIN COLLECTION!

There has been a change to the Rubbish Collection in Angurugu.

Due to impacts after the Cyclone Megan ⛈ - Bin collections are only going to be TUESDAY 8AM to 5PM

For more information contact EARC at 08 8987 4601
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ANGURUGU BIN COLLECTION! 

There has been a change to the Rubbish Collection in Angurugu.

Due to impacts after the Cyclone Megan ⛈ - Bin collections are only going to be TUESDAY 8AM to 5PM

For more information contact EARC at 08 8987 4601

🚫Vessel Access Restricted Around GEMCO Wharf Operational Areas

The area under Jetty Road, Conveyor CV02, Main Wharf and around the Dolphins is closed to all public vessels until further notice due to recent cyclone damage.

The public boat ramp at the Port will remain closed until the structures have been assessed.
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The Rowell Highway Airport intersection has been temporarily realigned to avoid the damage caused by Tropical Cyclone Megan.

Please follow all signage when travelling on the highway. The speed limit has been reduced to 60km/h.

Please be reminded to conserve fuel consumption. Only use your vehicle if essential.
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ANGURUGU COMMUNITY SUPPORT

A community support hub will be open at the Angurugu School Trade Training Centre today, Wednesday 20 March 2024 from 11am to 4pm.

There will be NT Government staff (THFaC, DoE, CMC) and ALC CSP staff there to provide information, take questions and connect you to services.

· Come in for a yarn

· Charge your phone

· Have a tea/coffee and a biscuit.

Hope to see you there!
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⛽️ The Alyangula fuel bowsers remain off.

We are working with Organisations on Eylandt to ensure fuel is available for Emergency services response only.

Please conserve fuel consumption. Only use your vehicle if essential.
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‼‼ WORKING ON IT......

🏠🏠 Houses in Angurugu are gradually getting their water back on. The main ground tank is filling up, but the feeder pumps are still not working. Houses that need to be gravity fed water are still without.

🛠🛠 Expect the power to be off for the rest of the night and possibly the day tomorrow as crews continue to work on the issues. Power will gradually be restored section by section in Angurugu.

⏰⏰ It's been a long wait for these services from Community but please know there is work being done to restore them. 👏🏿👏🏿 Thank you for your patients.

📱 If you need assistance and have repairs or maintenance that need to make your house safe Call AHAC on 1800 950 592.
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‼‼ WORKING ON IT......

🏠🏠 Houses in Angurugu are gradually getting their water back on. The main ground tank is filling up, but the feeder pumps are still not working. Houses that need to be gravity fed water are still without.

🛠🛠 Expect the power to be off for the rest of the night and possibly the day tomorrow as crews continue to work on the issues. Power will gradually be restored section by section in Angurugu.

⏰⏰ Its been a long wait for these services from Community but please know there is work being done to restore them.  👏🏿👏🏿 Thank you for your patients. 

📱 If you need assistance and have repairs or maintenance that need to make your house safe Call AHAC on 1800 950 592.

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⚡️⚡️ ANGURUGU POWER OUTAGE ⚡️⚡️

⚡️ Angurugu Residents are still experiencing power issues with the damages caused by TC Megan.

‼ Power and Water reps are flying into the airport today to assess the power situation in Angurugu and will hopefully restore power as soon as possible.

❌ Please Continue to Report your Maintenance & Repairs as crews start to gain access to Angurugu and other Communities to repair damages.

📱 Call AHAC on 1800 950 592
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⚡️⚡️ ANGURUGU POWER OUTAGE ⚡️⚡️

⚡️ Angurugu Residents are still experiencing power issues with the damages caused by TC Megan.

‼ Power and Water reps are flying into the airport today to assess the power situation in Angurugu and will hopefully restore power as soon as possible. 

❌ Please Continue to Report your Maintenance & Repairs as crews start to gain access to Angurugu and other Communities to repair damages.

📱 Call AHAC on 1800 950 592

Contact Us

Office Number: 08 7903 8000
Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Repairs and Maintenance: 1800 950 592
Email: [email protected]

PO Box 15, Alyangura NT 0885
Lot 371 Angurugu NT0822

ANGURUGU OFFICE
LOT 371 ANGURUGU

UMBAKUMBA OFFICE
LOT 229 UMBAKUMBA

MILYAKBURRA OFFICE
LOT 7 MILYAKBURRA