ALPA runs accomodation services at Yurrwi and Ramingining communities in north-east Arnhem land, through business partnering with local indigenous families. These services are vital for these communities, not only allowing service providers to stay for extended periods, but also fostering local employment and benefit local families partnering with ALPA.
The Rulku Lodge at Yurrwi features a range of single rooms as well as a Queen room and a family room. All rooms are provided with Linen and Towels, and are equipped with air conditioning, bar fridge and television. There are shared kitchen cooking facilities and bathrooms. There is also a coffee machine with a variety of hot beverages available for purchase.
Rulku Lodge Exterior
Rulku Lodge Queen Bedroom
Rulku Lodge workers
Dinybulu Regional services provide a range of services to the Ramingining and surrounding homelands area. This includes a mechanical workshop training indigenous staff, a small accommodation lodge, hire of equipment and labour for trades services as well as homelands maintenance services. The organisation has a strong focus on indigenous employment and training for sustainable development. This includes providing labour hire services for visiting contractors to the community.
Dinybulu Lodge Queen Room
Dinybulu Lodge Workers