Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation (YAC) is the Registered Native Title Body Corporate of the Yindjibarndi People and the representative institution chosen by the Yindjibarndi People to be their Prescribed Body Corporate, under the Native Title Act 1993 (NTA). YAC is the legal owner of the native title rights and interests that were recognised in the 2005 Federal Court determination of native title (in Daniel v Western Australia  FCA 536, as varied by the Full Court in Moses v State of Western Australia  FCAFC 78), and YAC holds those rights and interests on trust for the Yindjibarndi People.
YAC is also the lawfully authorised agent of the Yindjibarndi People in respect of their common law native title rights in the area of land and waters covered by the Yindjibarndi #1 native title claim.
YAC is the first point of contact for anyone wishing to undertake any activities in Yindjibarndi Country that may affect the native title rights and interests of the Yindjibarndi People.
YAC has a robust governance model which is employed to ensure that the organisation operates effectively and responsibly both internally and in relation to its dealing with external parties.