The Anindilyakwa Land Council (ALC) is responsible for activities within the Groote Eylandt archipelago such as land visitation by non-Indigenous people, illegal entry to lands, issuing of permits for visitation rights, ranger inspections and other daily management issues.
The Central Land Council is an Australian Government statutory authority covering an area of 750,000 square kilometres in the southern half of the Northern Territory. Approximately 24,000 Aboriginal people live in the CLC's region and speak more than 15 different languages.
The Northern Land Council represents traditional Aboriginal landowners and Aboriginal people in the Top End of the Northern Territory of Australia.
The Tiwi Land Council is an Australian Government statutory authority covering an area of 780,000 hectares of Bathurst and Melville Islands.