The City hosts regular activities, events and programs for Aboriginal people in Cockburn. These include annual events such as NAIDOC and Reconciliation Week as well as regular programs such as the Kwobarup Social Club and the My Time, Our Time group.
The City hosts annual NAIDOC and Reconciliation Week programs. For a full list of activities during these weeks, please visit the Events Calendar.
Kwobarup Social Club
The Kwobarup Social Club is for seniors and people with disability, of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent. The Club provides transport and meals and gives people a chance to get out of the house, create and maintain friendships, pursue hobbies and interests, exercise and be involved in their community.
My time: our time
My Time, Our Time is a support group for Aboriginal parents and grandparents. The group shares experiences and learning about family connection over food and friendships. The group meets each Wednesday during school terms from 10.30am to 12.30pm at the Coolbellup Community Hub at 90 Cordelia Avenue in Coolbellup.The session includes free child care.
My Time, Our Time is an Australian Government initiative, which is organised by the Parenting Research Centre and locally coordinated and supported by Ngala Community Services.
Storylines explores the last 125 years of Aboriginal history through the State Library of WA’s heritage collections. View photographs and learn more about Aboriginal people and places. For more information or to help identify people and places in the collection email email@example.com or visit the Storylines WA website.
For more information on activities, events and programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, please contact the City’s Aboriginal Community Development Officer on 08 9411 3444 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see the City’s Events Calendar for a full list of events in Cockburn.