Celebrating National Reconciliation Week 2016
27 May to 3 May 2016
Cultural Walk & Picnic
Join local Nyungar guides Leonard Thorn and Marissa Verma for a fascinating morning of cultural stories and guided walks.
When: 28 May 2016 Saturday
Time: 9.30 - 11am
Location: Progress Drive, Bibra Lake
Light refreshments provided - please bring a picnic lunch
Cost: FREE EVENT
Need more info on this event or any others?
Kwobarup Social Club (HACC funded)
Kwobarup Social Club is for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander seniors and people with disability.
The Club includes transport and meals and provides a chance for people to get out of the house, make and maintain friendships, pursue hobbies and interests, get some exercise and get out into their community.
Please contact us for more information:
Phone: 08 9314 6363
Email: Sam Mourish - email@example.com or Paul Hogan - firstname.lastname@example.org
MY TIME : OUR TIME
A Cockburn Early Years & Cockburn Family support event
Aboriginal Parents & Grandparents Support Group
What will we be doing?
Sharing friendship, sharing time, sharing experiences - Listening, Craft, Food, Fun, Friendship, Stories, Learning Family Connection.
- Cost: Free - (Free childcare)
- Where: Coolbellup Community Hub, 90 Cordelia Avenue, Coolbellup
- Day: Meets weekly on Wednesday (School term)
- Time: 10.30 to 12.30pm
More Info: Phone Jayne or 9411 3855 or Linda on 9411 3851 or email email@example.com
MY TIME is an Australian Government initiative coordinated by the Parenting Research Centre and locally coordinated and supported by Ngala Community Services
STORYLINES - State Library of Western Australia
Storylines is a State Library of Western Australia initiative to explore with the community the last 125 years of Aboriginal history through our heritage collections.
You can now use a guest login to view, print and engage with hundreds of photographs of Western Australian Aboriginal people and places online.
The project team is working with community members and individuals to identify many of the people and places in photographs held at the J.S. Battye Library of West Australian History.
For more information on the project visit the project page online: www.slwa.wa.gov.au/for/indigenous_australians/storylines
The project team looks forward to sharing more photographs and stories in the coming months, and can be contacted directly at