NAIDOC Week 2018 Golf Day

Get ready to hit the greens! The Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council NAIDOC Week 2018 Golf Day is taking place on Friday 13 July at Wyong Golf Club.
 
DATE: Friday 13 July 2018
TIME: Breakfast: 6am | Tee-off: 7am (shotgun start)
COST: $50.00 per adult | $40.00 per child (16 and under) + $0.30 booking fee per ticket
 
Ticket includes: BBQ breakfast, green fees, lunch, NAIDOC shirt and cap
 
To book your golf cart, please contact Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council at darkinjung@dlalc.com.au or call (02) 4351 2930. Costs are additional to registration fees. Preference for carts will be given to Elders and members.

2018 NADOC Golf Day
2018 NADOC Golf Day


Bungree Community Information Days

Come and learn about Bungree Aboriginal Association’s Aged Care and Disability Services at one of our upcoming Community Information Days.

These half-day sessions will help to inform current clients, carers and community members of our programs and services such as My Age Care programs, NDIS and other Bungree services.

Wednesday 30 May at Kooindah Waters from 9.30am – 2pm &
Wednesday 13 June at Ettalong Diggers from 9.30am – 2pm.

Morning tea and lunch will be provided at each venue.

If you require transport, please contact Bungree on (02) 4350 0100 to make arrangements.

Please RSVP to Christine Hammond or Kirrily Dunn on (02) 4350 0100.

For more information, please contact enquiries@bungree.org.au


Job Opportunity: Aboriginal Community Development Worker

Permanent Part Time – 21 hours per week (3-year project)

San Remo Neighbourhood Centre (The Epicentre) is seeking an Aboriginal Community Development Worker to lead a three-year community development project.

The broad aim of the project is to promote cultural awareness across and within the local Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal community, people and organisations. To activate cultural spaces and build on existing strengths and networks within the local Aboriginal community. To encourage and support Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people and services to learn, create and embed culture in our local community.

This position will include planning, developing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating a range of community/social initiatives. The worker will be based at the Epicentre working in the Aboriginal Garden-Ngaliya Dhuluga’ which means, “you, I and we in the middle”.

The Aboriginal Community Development Worker will be responsible for the provision of research, activities and programs that increase local Aboriginal identity that is proactive and has a strong and positive cultural voice which will be carried forward after the life of the project.

Click to download the full position description.

Applications close 28 May 2018.


Sorry Business Transport Initiative from Transport for NSW

Did you know that Transport for NSW​ offers assistance with transport for isolated and disadvantaged Aboriginal communities throughout NSW?

The Aboriginal Funeral Transport “Sorry Business” initiative will support 100% of the cost of return tickets for individuals and groups travelling to a funeral using an existing public service.

For any Aboriginal person wishing to seek assistance or make any bookings, please contact MTS on 1300 361 787 – Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm.

For more information, click here.


Your voice matters: Share your opinion on mental health services in our community

Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network is currently running a survey to better understand consumer and clinical expectations of their mental health services.

Please take the time to fill out their survey and share your opinion. Your input will help shape the future of the mental health services offered to our community.

Click here to complete the survey.