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Acknowledgement of Country

Working Toward a Brighter Future

Ngarnarna warrkamaku Kariyarra tharntula Ngurra. Palumaru Kariyarra-ngarli ngurrara karrangu. Ngarnarna kurnta-ngarni parniku wapa manyjangu-ngarli wanthangali-nha wangka Kariyarra-la.

We acknowledge the Kariyarra people as the traditional custodians of the land where we work. We pay our respects to them and their Elders past, present, and emerging. We extend this respect to all First Australians and recognise their rich cultures and their continuing connection to land and waters.

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National NAIDOC Week Awards 

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Nominations close 8 June 2023

National NAIDOC Week's premiere event is the National NAIDOC Week Awards Ceremony which showcases Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander excellence. 

You can get involved in the National NAIDOC Week Awards by nominating someone you know who has excelled in one or more of the Award categories.

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Walking together, looking forward, looking back - to strengthen our next generation

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Our values


We believe that Aboriginal people are the informed voice on Aboriginal issues and the importance of ensuring our services are informed and culturally safe.


We believe that together, and by leading by example, we can inspire change.


We believe our Elders, youth, and community are the key to change and strengthening our next generation.

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What We Do

Celebrating strength and reducing barriers for Aboriginal families




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Kumaparniku provides support to families with children under 5 years. The wholistic approach supports families set realistic and achievable goals for themselves to improve outcomes and create a positive and sustainable future for their young families.

Mara Yunguma provides wrap-around services to a previously isolated group of families. The aim is to support families to relocate and achieve their goals around areas such as; housing, employment, education and recreation.

Julyardi has partnered with WA Dept. of Communities to deliver the Target-120 Program. The program supports young people in the community between the ages of 10 and 14 years who have had contact with Police.
Karlyarti provides wraparound services to these young people and their families. The goal of the program is to engage young people in positive activities and work toward future goals to reduce further contact with the justice system.

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