Indigenous Governance and Leadership

We champion Indigenous governance by nurturing the next generation of leaders, prioritising the principles of self-determination and self-management. Our policies are rooted in active Aboriginal community engagement, fostering a reciprocal exchange of ideas, influences, and practices to ensure culturally appropriate education.

Moreover, we cultivate leaders committed to community empowerment. CAS Alumni Kim Collard exemplifies this ethos by reinvesting in his local community through business initiatives and empowering others.

Our building and facilities

We have a range of facilities and equipment for students and researchers in our purpose-built building on the Curtin Bentley Campus.

See our building and facilities

Our people

Our skilled and knowledgeable staff provide a supportive and welcoming place for Indigenous students and researchers at Curtin.

More about our people