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.

Tonnes less sugar consumed through the reduction of full sugar drink sales

Statistics from 2017 Annual Report


Of all team members employed in stores are Indigenous

Statistics from 2017 Annual Report

Tonnes of fruit & vegetables sold in communities

Statistics from 2017 Annual Report


Cheaper than other Remote Stores

Statistics from 2016 NT Market Basket Survey

Making fresh food accessible in the outback

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

37 Outback Stores across Australia

We are the industry experts in remote community stores.

Stories from Outback Stores

Sugar Reduction at Wirrimanu

Outback Stores has been working with the Wirrimanu Aboriginal Corporation on a range of strategies over the last 12 months to reduce sugary drinks....

Wirrimanu Supermarket Re-Opens

The $4 million development will make a significant improvement to the lives of up to 1000 people in and around the East Kimberley Aboriginal community...

A New Look: Ngukurr General Store

Seven different clans and language groups are represented in the town, with Kriol being the most common collective language spoken. The area where the...