Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation

Kurranulla are a registered NDIS approved service provider and My Aged Care approved provider, supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are ageing or frail (over 50yrs), with a disability (all ages) and people who care for these.

We are also a resource and information centre for the local community. The Centre has authentic Aboriginal Arts and Crafts on display and for sale at the Kurranulla premises.

Our aim is to improve social and emotional well being, promote health in a culturally appropriate, safe and comfortable environment. Kurranulla meet both NSW Disability Services Standards and CHSP standards.

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Every year on January 26 there are mixed emotions … some Australians celebrate, some mourn, while others choose not to mark the day at all. For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, today is a solemn day, a day to remember what has happened so it never happens again, and also a day to celebrate our culture which, in spite of our history, has endured. Today, let us all pay our respects to those who lost their lives, families and connection to country and culture, let us acknowledge our champions, both Aboriginal and not, who work to make the future better for our young ones, but most importantly, let us celebrate our amazing culture and our country – tell our stories, sing our songs, pass on our knowledge so that no one ever forgets that this always was, is, and always will be, traditional Aboriginal land.#celebrate #remember #share #survivalday #alwayswasalwayswillbe #aboriginal #community #history #ourstory See MoreSee Less
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Sutherland Shire Councilis hosting a wonderful community event on the evening of January 25that Burnum Burnum reserve at Woronora. There will be a sunset cultural ceremony at Burnum Burnum Sanctuary from 6pm.Wander around the beautiful Sanctuary and enjoy a summer’s evening with the family. Graham Avery, a has offered to take small groups around the grounds to show them Native plants in the SanctuaryBring a picnic and a rug or small fold up chair.We look forward to you all joining us together as Aboriginal Elders share their stories and culture. Enjoy traditional dance, music and learn through the yarning circle.There will be a specially curated light display at Woronora, Burnum Burnum Sanctuary, from 6pm-10pm. (This will be on from January 25-30)We acknowledge and pay respect to all Aboriginal Elders past and present. We acknowledge the Dharawal speaking Elders, past and present of the Gweagal, Bidjigal, Worongerrigal, Norongeragal and Targarigal clans as the traditional owners of the lands of the Sutherland Shire, the place of our own lives, homes and community. See MoreSee Less
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