NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Park Signs MoU with Darkinjung CouncilLocated on the NSW Central Coast in the heart of First Nations Darkinjung Country, NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Park has entered into a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council (DLALC).

Effective now until December 31, 2025, the MoU details plans for the First Nations community to work together with the team at NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Park in Umina to offer Indigenous tourism and cultural experiences to guests. The agreement’s broader context is to increase Aboriginal cultural education and tourism, employment and cultural capability at Ocean Beach.

The NSW Central Coast has one of the nation’s highest concentrations of Aboriginal cultural heritage sites, making Ocean Beach an ideal fit for the first MoU signed between the NRMA and a local Aboriginal Council.

NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Park Signs MoU with Darkinjung Council

L-R: NRMA Parks and Resorts General Manager Janelle Boyd and CEO Paul Davies, Darkinjung Chairman Barry Duncan, NRMA Indigenous Engagement Manager Di Ellis and Darkinjung CEO Brendan Moyle.

Essential to the MoU is a commitment on behalf of both NRMA and Darkinjung to work in genuine partnership to create a cultural landscape and a series of events that will benefit both parties.