The South Australian Government say their state Indigenous voice will be established by mid-year.

Opponents to the federal campaign to enshrine an Indigenous voice to parliament often claim that it will do nothing to close the gap or better the lives of First Nations people.

It is understood that the model will include 40 elected representatives across six regions and two members from each region will form a statewide representative body.

Attorney-General and Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Kyam Maher told the ABC their model will involve First Nations people from the start of the decision making process.