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Who is eligible

Membership of the GLSC is free and open to all who are:

  •  at least 18 years old; and
  • an Aboriginal person; and
  • connected to the Determined Area according to Aboriginal traditional law and custom to the satisfaction of the directors

Members Rights and Responsibilities

A member:

  • can attend, speak and vote at general meetings;
  • can be made a director;
  • can, in accordance with rule 4.6, put forward resolutions at general meetings;
  • can, in accordance with rule 4.3, ask the directors to call a general meeting;
  • can look at the books and records of the corporation (if the directors have authorized them to do this, or if the members have passed a resolution which lets them do this);
  • must follow these rules and the extra rules in the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (Cth);
  • must let the GLSC know if they change their address;
  • must treat each other with respect; and
  • must comply with the corporations policies and procedures manual on conflict of interest and other governance matters.



How to become a member

If you wish to become a member and meet eligibility requirements, simply fill out the attached membership application form and send to:


Executive Secretary

GPO Box 10006, Kalgoorlie WA 6430.


All applications received shall be considered by the directors at the next scheduled Board of Director meeting. The directors can request a person applying to be a member for more information in order to be able to decide if a person is eligible to be a member.

Application for GLSC Membership Form

Change of Address Form


For more information please contact:

Maurene Williams

Executive Secretary

T (08) 9091 1661