The Wintawari Guruma Aboriginal Corporation has placed a significant emphasis on building a future for our people through employment. The cycle of disadvantage that has affected the Pilbara community must change for the benefit of our current and future generations.
The future needs of our community and people will be reliant on the skills of those in employment, who will become leaders and role models for the younger generation.
The board is committed to provide real opportunities for our people through:
- Funded Training Programs
- Direct Employment with Mine owners and their contractors
- Direct Employment through community initiatives such as a Ranger Program

The Eastern Guruma People hold native title rights over around 6,500 sq km of land in the eastern Pilbara region of Western Australia. On this land are many highly significant Aboriginal heritage areas. 

Wintawari Guruma Aboriginal Corporation is the official company of the Eastern Guruma People which handles their native title rights. Wintawari Guruma Aboriginal Corporation is a viable, active, autonomous Aboriginal corporation. Wintawari Guruma Aboriginal Corporation protects the heritage of the Eastern Guruma People’s land, and preserves country for the benefit of all Eastern Guruma People. 

Wintawari Guruma Aboriginal Corporation is not associated in any way whatsoever with the company calling itself “Eastern Guruma Pty Ltd”. Wintawari Guruma Aboriginal Corporation does not approve of the activities of the company calling itself “Eastern Guruma Pty Ltd”. Further the “Eastern Guruma Pty Ltd” company is using that name against the wishes of the vast majority of Eastern Guruma people.