News - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community

Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation: NDIS Help


Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation invite you to drop in and speak to our team about NDIS

WHEN: Every Second Tuesday

TIME: 10am - 1pm

See flyer for more details

Learn about Bush Tucker and the Dharawal people

Campbelltown Councile invite you to learn about bush tucker plants traditionally utilised by the Dharawal people of the region. You will learn how they managed the land to identify the plants and find out about their uses and significance. There will be taste testers available to see, touch and smell.

WHEN: 3 September, 11am-12pm

WHERE: HJ Daley Library, Campbelltown

See FLYER for more Information (including registration)

Aboriginal Services Portal

NESST developed an Aboriginal Services Portal with the objective of providing a resource to be used by Aboriginal organisations to enhance their capacity to deliver services to Aboriginal communities and for Aboriginal people to identify and access those services.


See attached sheet for more information

Dhungung (FOod) Share

OZHarvest food rescue organisation is providing quality excess food at the Wingecarribee Aboriginal Community Cultural Centre for Aboriginal people and their families


Every Thursday at the Wingecarribee Aboriginal Community Cultural Centre la Rainbow Road, Mittagong between 10.30am and 1:30prn

See attached flyer for more information...

Ability Linkers Services

- Ability and Early Links is a new way to support people with disability, their families and carers as part of the ongoing reforms to the disability service system in NSW


- People with a disability aged from 0-8yrs (Early Linkers) and 9-64 (Ability) who are generally not accessing specialist disability services
- Carers and families of a person with a disability
- A diverse range of people including Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander,Australian and culturally & linguistically diverse people.

See attached Brochure for more information....

Career Opportunities: Aboriginal Home Care: My Start Program

Are you looking for a career where you can make a difference in your community?

My Start is a pre-employment and traineeship program that will provide you with qualifications, work experience and mentoring support to start your career in aged and disability care with Australian Unity

  • Aboriginal Home Care.

Aboriginal Home Care provides services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, so they can live independently in their homes and connect with their community.

See attached flyer for more information...

HSTAC Buddy Guide for supporting Indigenous Aged Care workers

Human Services Training Advisory Council (HSTAC) has developed a buddy guide to supporting Indigenous aged care workers:

Indigenous Aged Care Design Guide

The Indigenous Aged Care Design Guide is a resource to assist in the design, construction, ongoing assessment and maintenance of aged care facilities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This Guide provides practical information on the design, selection, installation, construction, renovation and maintenance of all aspects related to aged care facilities. It is a resource for everybody involved in providing aged care services to Indigenous people, including community councils, Indigenous workers, architects, project managers, trades people and government officials.

NABU: Aboriginal Family Support Outreach Services 2019

See attached flyer outlining the Free services provided by NABU: Aboriginal Family Support Outreach Services for 2019 (inc. contact details on how to book)

- Solicitor
- Ombudsman