The Broadband for the Bush Alliance is a group of organisations that are committed to the digital inclusion of remote and rural Australia. The Alliance brings together a range of stakeholders with expertise in communications, remote service delivery, and community engagement. We seek practical outcomes that promote digital inclusion, using both fixed and mobile technologies.

The Alliance is facilitated by Desert Knowledge Australia. For more information visit the Broadband for the Bush Alliance website.

Current members of Broadband for the Bush Alliance include:

  • Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance NT
  • Australian Communications Consumers Action Network
  • Australian Indigenous Communications Association
  • Broadband Today
  • Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association
  • Central Desert Shire Council
  • Central Land Council
  • Centre for Appropriate Technology
  • Centre for Remote Health
  • Desert Knowledge Australia
  • Ethos Global Foundation
  • Frontier Services
  • Indigenous Remote Communications Association
  • Infoxchange
  • Mid West Development Commission
  • Ninti One
  • Regional Development Australia Northern Territory
  • Remote Area Planning and Development Board
  • Swinburne University of Technology
  • TelSoc
     

Further information:

Extending remote and rural cellular mobile
Rethinking the Indigenous Communications Program
Broadband for the Bush Alliance Public Statement
Broadband for the Bush Alliance Policy
Remote partnership model