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Keep Australia Beautiful NT 2023 Awards

24 January 2024

Demed has won the award for Best Homelands Association and Best Homeland (Irgul)  for the fifth year running, Demed wishes to thank the Homeland residents the Demed Board and staff for their dedication and commitment to improving the lifestyle of our Homelands residents.

New Front End Loader

24 January 2024


Demed recently received our New Front End Loader The new Loader will continue to help our ever expanding Civil Team grow and offer our employees additional career and training opportunities.


With our civil program expanding rapidly with continued contracts with Kakadu National Park, West Arnhem Regional Council, Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation and our contract with Government to build new houses in Gunbalanya, this new Loader will increase operations and efficiency.


Demed would like to thank the cooperation with National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA) for awarding both graders and seeing the economic benefits to our region. Without their support, our civil team wouldn’t be able to grow this fast and members of the  Demed civil team wouldn't have the opportunities to develop their skill further.

Accommodation blocks at Mandilbarreng Outstation

Well done to the Demed team working on the accommodation blocks at Mandilbarreng Outstation. Ground was levelled , foundation blocks installed and accommodation containers placed in position. All the works were done pre-wet season. Next works will start in the dry to include electrical and plumbing hook up and a veranda to be built between the blocks.

Six  New Homes Completed in Gunbalanya

15 October 2023


Six new homes in Gunbalanya have just been completed with keys handed over to very excited tenants on 20th September 2023. Local Member for Arafura Mr Manual Brown, DDJV Director John Thomas and General Manager Lindsay O’Hea, alongside with Territory Families, Housing & Communities and Demed Aboriginal Corporation staff were on hand to celebrate this momentous occasion.


This is the first six of 24 new homes under the HomeBuild NT program.  Works are being carried out through a joint venture by the Demed Aboriginal Corporation in Gunbalanya and Aboriginal-owned construction company, Dice Aust, (DDJV). As works continue, many more families are set to receive new and upgraded homes including the extension of 18 homes through the room to breathe program.  This improved housing will contribute to better health , education, and employment outcomes for families of Gunbalanya.