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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Amazing work from our Kurranulla women’s group ❤️🖤💛 See MoreSee Less

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Come join us for ‘ Kurranulla’s Aboriginal Children’s Culture Program ‘ 👣 Limited spaces & bookings essentials 👣 See MoreSee Less

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Great work Kurranulla Men’s Group ✊🏾Today was a magic day with the brothers and uncles from Kurrunulla Men’s Group completing there fishing spears and taking part in our Dharawal Language Workshop, big thanks to my brother Drew Longbottom Gadhunggal Marrang for facilitating today ✊🏾🖤🔥👣🔥🖤✊🏾
All these special spears have been gifted to six local schools from La Perouse to Jannali and around the Sutherland Shire. #djiribawaagura #visitnsw #visitshoalhaven #wandiwandian #crow #southcoastnsw #rejuvenateshoalhaven #destinationnsw #education #jervisbay #SeeAustralia #dharawalcountry #jannali
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Timeline Photos#OnThisDay in the year 2000, the world was captured by the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games held in Sydney, Australia. It was a tribute to Australia’s culture, history and identity.

As the ceremony concluded with former Australian Olympic champion Herb Elliott bringing the Olympic Flame into the stadium the crowd waited in quiet anticipation for who would light the stadium’s Olympic torch. Finally, it was revealed Cathy Freeman, Australia’s athletic darling at the time.This was an emotional moment for the nation symbolising the Australian people’s desire to reconcile with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Ten days later, Cathy continued to capture the nation’s and the world’s heart when she won the gold medal in the 400 metre sprint. During her victory lap she carried both the Australian and Aboriginal flags — a true symbol of reconciliation and pride of her Aboriginal cultural heritage.

📷 Image @cathyfreemanofficial
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