First Australians Capital and Westpac

A landmark partnership launched yesterday between First Australians Capital and Westpac, aims to support growing Indigenous businesses with business finance, capacity building, access to networks and dedicated relationship management. 

A group of images showing the experiences on offer

Welcome to Country success journey

Welcome to Country is inspired to work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities to increase employment and economic outcomes. The tourism sector and the experience sector more broadly present an opportunity to deliver on this purpose and met a growing demand for First Nations’ experiences. Designed as a central ‘market-place’ it provides a platform for communities to access and tap into travellers. For travellers it provides a trusted source of high quality experiences.

First Australians Capital announces new Board Directors

First Australians Capital is proud to announce the appointment of two new Directors to the board - Carly Mohamed and Shane Hamilton. They join Leah Armstrong, Jocelyn King, Jane Pound and Clive Ringler as members of the First Australians Capital board as the organisation moves into an exciting growth period. Both Carly and Shane bring

Allen Roberts

From First Australians Capital to Oxford University

Allen Roberts, First Australians Capital's previous Head of Economic Development, has secured a place to complete his MBA at Oxford University. A proud Yorta Yorta man, Allen has been instrumental in supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander business across Australia to access finance in order to scale. Allen started working with First Australians Capital as a

Burce Pascoe, founder of Black Duck Foods

Black Duck Foods success journey

Bruce Pascoe, a teacher, academic and farmer from the Bunurong and Yuin peoples, had a vision of mobilising people around Australia to take a part in growing a new business ecosystem around farming traditional foods. First Australians Capital supported his vision, helping start Bruce's business, Black Duck Foods.

The Cultural Intelligence Project

The Cultural Intelligence Project are poised to launch 'Make It Happen HQ' in Broome, WA. Not just another co-working space, this is a positively charged, innovatively geared, entrepreneur's innovation hub and think tank space that empowers people to act on their entrepreneurial dreams. The Cultural Intelligence Project are an FAC Indigenous partner organisation.

Sobah: Breaking down the stigma of socialising sober

Sobah an exciting Brisbane-based start-up is now serving alcohol-free botanical drinks in all Queensland bars. Proudly Aboriginal owned and led, Sobah is Australia's first non-alcoholic craft beer company run by husband-wife team Clinton and Lozen Schultz.  We're based on beautiful Yugambeh country known as the Gold Coast, Queensland.  Sobah is a place with sun and surf where a fresh, crisp drink can be enjoyed without the headache.