OUR PURPOSE
Realising Traditional Owners’ aspirations to secure, manage and maximise native title outcomes through the provision of quality professional services in a dynamic environment.
OUR VALUES
At QSNTS we honour culture, respect diversity and acknowledge our clients as the First Peoples of this nation by providing professional, accountable, collaborative and evidence-based services.
OUR VISION
Through Native Title, we drive the achievement of Indigenous self determination to redress the past, strengthen the present and empower the future.

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PUBLIC NOTICES

20/05 Wakka Wakka Authorisation Meeting

RECENT NEWS STORIES

Shaping SEQ Youth Summit

The Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning invite young people from across South East Queensland to participate at the Shaping SEQ Youth Summit on 25 February. Participants at the summit will help design and build the kind of community they want to live, work and play in.

Click on the image above for registration details. 

Gladstone council signs historic Aboriginal land use deal

A LANDMARK agreement will be made today as the Gladstone Regional Council enters its first land use agreement for indigenous land. The Gladstone, Bundaberg and North Burnett regional councils will enter into the agreement with the Port Curtis Coral Coast people.

New offices launch as hub for Traditional Owners in NW Queensland

MMG and Mount Isa City Council were among many stakeholders which recently gathered with Traditional Owners to canvas new partnership opportunities and celebrate the opening of new office facilities serving as headquarters for Native Title Holders throughout the Mount Isa region.

ADVOCACY

02/2016
QSNTS Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Economics: Inquiry into development of bauxite resources near Aurukun in Cape York
10/2014
QSNTS Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission: Review of the Native Title Act 1993 - Discussion Paper
05/2014
QSNTS Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission: Review of the Native Title Act 1993 - Issues Paper
Through Native Title, we
drive the achievement
of Indigenous
self-determination to
redress the past,
strengthen the present
and empower the future.