Outback Stores

Making a positive difference in the health, employment, and economy of remote Indigenous communities, by providing quality, sustainable retail stores.

Closing the gap

Working together to achieve health and life expectation equality for Indigenous communities.

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With Outback Stores any profits from the store go to the store owners who can choose to invest the money back into the store and the community.

%

 

Of all team members employed in stores are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Statistics from 2020 Annual Report

 

Tonnes of fresh fruit & vegetables sold in communities

Statistics from 2020 Annual Report

 

Tonnes reduction of sugar consumed through sugary drinks

Statistics from 2020 Annual Report

 

Stores across NT, WA and SA

Making fresh food accessible in the outback

We ensure that some of the most remote communities have access to fresh, healthy food.

42 locations serviced by Outback Stores

We are the industry experts in remote community stores.

Latest updates from Outback Stores

Lesley Nelson appointed to Board of Directors

Lesley Nelson appointed to Board of Directors

  Lesley Nelson is a proud Noongar woman from the Balladong and Whadjuk clans who holds over 25 years’ experience in various executive leadership roles within the Aboriginal health sector, the most recent being her current role...

Outback Stores welcomes Kunawarritji

Outback Stores welcomes Kunawarritji

  Outback Stores is expanding its range of services to remote Indigenous communities, with the recent signing of a 12-month contract with Kunawarritji Aboriginal Corporation, representatives of...

Food security & Central Land Council

Food security & Central Land Council

  On 21 June Outback Stores participated in the ‘Food Security’ panel discussion at the full Central Land Council (CLC) meeting in Tennant Creek. Michael Borg, CEO of Outback Stores, attended the...