Here you can find information about:
- Aboriginal Lands Trust (ALT) - The ALT is responsible for the administration of lands comprising approximately 11% of the State's land mass. These lands comprise different tenures including, reserves, leases and freehold properties. A significant proportion of this land comprises reserves, with their purposes mostly being for "the use and benefit of Aboriginal inhabitants" and which have Management Orders with the ALT (generally having powers to lease). These lands were previously held by the Native Welfare Department and a number of other State government agencies. There are also lands that remain registered in the Aboriginal Affairs Planning Authority (AAPA).
- Land Branch - DAA's Land Branch has a number of primary functions, including the day-to-day management and development of the ALT and AAPA lands, the management of Branch operations and strategic initiatives in accordance with the ALT Strategic Plan, facilitating the transfer of ALT land to Indigenous people and the provision of advice and support to the ALT, the Commissioner of AAPA, Indigenous people, the Minister, Government and key stakeholders in relation to management of ALT and AAPA lands.
- Entry Permits - Information about getting permission to travel on ALT lands that are subject to Part III of the Aboriginal Affairs Planning Authority Act 1972.
- Land Facts – Information on frequently asked questions about land tenure and Aboriginal lands.
- Lost Lands - Lost Lands Report attempts to identify all lands originally set aside for Aboriginal "use and benefit" but which are no longer available and also provides an informative account of the changing legislative, administrative and social contexts of these reserves. DAA has no legislative carriage over of any lands outside of the ALT estate unless there are Aboriginal heritage associations.