The Wonnarua Nation Aboriginal Corporation is established to represent the Wonnarua people. It focuses on nurturing the history and culture of the Wonnarua Nation, improving the health and education of its members and managing investments to sustain the Corporation’s work. Some people now identify as Aboriginal who previously did not.
The current board members of the WNAC are Laurie Perry, Sandra Miller, John Lester, Arthur Fletcher, Tracey Skene, Sharon Edgar-Jones, Richard Edwards and Dean Miller (Laurie Perry is on leave of absence from the Board while he is fulfilling the CEO role).
The directors achieve significant milestones since the Corporation was returned to the WNAC board after a period of administration.
The Wonnarua Nation Aboriginal Corporation is developing many exciting projects for the Wonnarua people. Current projects include purchasing culturally important properties such as St Clair Mission site and the Blacks Camp to develop tourism and agriculture to assisting young people with education and housing the Morrison Collection of Wonnarua artifacts, currently with the Australian Museum.