Magabala Books Aboriginal Corporation

Magabala Books Aboriginal Corporation General Appeal

Magabala Books, Australia's independent Indigenous publishing house, is a not-for-profit organisation. You can learn more about us at www.magabala.com/history.

Since 1987 we have been publishing quality books written and illustrated by Indigenous people from across the nation. Our titles bring their lives and stories to the nation's readers. We are committed to the cultural, artistic and economic benefit of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

NOW is the time to give! You can make a real difference by investing in Magabala's philanthropic projects, detailed below. When you donate, you can select the project you want to support, or you can donate to our general fund.

  • Magabala Books Literary Fund

    Your donation will ensure that Magabala can continue to record and keep alive important historical, cultural and educational stories. When you give to this fund you are contributing to the richness of Australia's cultural fabric. Learn more
  • Small Seeds Big Reads: Magabala Books for Little Hands

    Place Magabala's books in the hands of children who really need them. Your gift will help improve literacy and foster a connection with Indigenous culture. Learn more
  • Australian Indigenous Creator Scholarships

    Invest in the creative and professional development of Indigenous authors, illustrators and storytellers from across Australia, through our annual Scholarships. Learn more
  • Keep the Engine Room Running - General Fund

    Help sustain our core publishing business. Your generosity will ensure that great stories get 'out there' and into the mainstream book market. Learn more


Give generously; there has never been a better time for you to support Magabala's work.

For more information ring Anna Moulton CEO on (08) 9192 1991 or email ceo@magabala.com.

Contact Details

PO Box 668
BROOME WA, 6725

Are donations tax deductible?

Yes

Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

Yes, as soon as your donation is processed.