Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation

The Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation manages native title rights for the Eastern Maar Peoples. It is also the Registered Aboriginal Party for Eastern Maar Country and is currently negotiating a Recognition and Settlement Agreement under the Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010.

Registered Aboriginal Party

The Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Act (2006) recognises Traditional Owners as the primary guardians, keepers and knowledge holders of Aboriginal cultural heritage. At a local level, Registered Aboriginal Parties are the voice of Aboriginal people in the management and protection of Aboriginal cultural heritage in Victoria.


EMAC’s Annual Report 2020-21 is available to read now.
The report outlines the many achievements, highlights and challenges across the year for Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation, EMAC Citizens and on Country. It also tracks growth we’ve experienced along the way. Click the image to the left to read the full report. 
Eastern Maar Country Plan

Eastern Maar Country Plan


Position Opening – Strategic Liaison Officer

The Strategic Liaison Officer is responsible for maintaining, developing, and growing external relationships principally

Position Opening – Threatened Species Officer

The Threatened Species Officer will build capacity and understanding to restore and manage

Position Opening – Fire Officer

The Fire Officer will support regional partnerships and programs related to landscape scale

Position Opening – Water Officer

The Water Officer role is a main point of contact for EMAC on