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Kabi Kabi Aboriginal Corporation

“To ensure that Kabi Kabi is a best practice organisation delivering to the community equitable access to affordable, safe, quality homes”

Kabi Kabi has emerged from a period of turmoil with a new focus, direction, structure, management and commitment.

The Kabi Kabi Board is committed to building and justifying trust with tenants, the community, funding bodies and other stakeholders.

We are an independent, not-for-profit organisation providing social and affordable homes to our local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

The Kabi Kabi properties are managed through a contract with a professional property management organisation and service maintenance is provided through professional service providers in alignment with Queensland Department of Housing operational guidelines.

Kabi Kabi encourages these professionals to utilise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses, services and staff.

This model provides the community with the following benefits:

Our Board of Directors

The role of the Directors is to provide leadership, direction and oversight to the organisation.

The Director’s charter encompasses three major elements:

  • A legal dimension – requiring a Director to conform to laws and regulations of the land. All organisations must observe and conform with the CATSI (2006) Act and a range of laws relating to financial practices, industrial relations and so on.
  • An ethical dimension – requiring a Director to demonstrate a high level of responsibility not only to members and employees but also to clients, suppliers, to tenants and to the community at large.
  • A business dimension – requiring a Director to ensure that the organisation plans effectively for sustainability, progress, advancement, best practice and continuous development whilst continually monitoring its stated goals.