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Indigenous Services

At the Murwillumbah Community Centre we are dedicated to providing essential services and support to our local Indigenous community. We offer a range of programs and initiatives tailored to meet the unique needs of Indigenous families and individuals.

Our services encompass a variety of areas, starting with family support. We understand the importance of strong family bonds; we offer assistance and guidance to those facing challenges or seeking support in navigating various aspects of family life.

Through embracing and celebrating Traditional culture we aim to preserve and promote Indigenous heritage and traditions, passing them down to future generations.

Family bonding and strengthening are central to our mission. We provide opportunities for families to come together, share experiences, and build lasting connections within the community.

We offer access to an Aboriginal Family Support Worker who provides culturally sensitive and personalised assistance to individuals and families in need.

At the Murwillumbah Community Centre, we are committed to serving the Indigenous community with respect, compassion, and dedication. Join us as we work together to serve our community.

Murwillumbah Community Centre: Our Indigenous Services

Aboriginal Family Support

 Our Aboriginal Family Support Worker Robyn Beezley is available:

  • Tuesday 9am to 12.00pm
  • Wednesday 10.30am to 4pm
  • Thursday 9am to 12pm

at Murwillumbah Community Centre and also at Kids Caring For Country After School Program from 3:30pm-4:30pm on Wednesdays during the school term.

Aboriginal Family Support operates within strengths based, person centred and trauma informed framework and offers advocacy, advice, case management, information and referral to Indigenous families in a culturally safe and supportive setting.

Please call Robyn on 0492 957 979 or 0266 723 003 to make an appointment

Kids Caring For Country

Kids Caring For Country After School Program – This program is funded by Murwillumbah Communities For Children and has operated in Murwillumbah since 2011.

KCFC is open to Indigenous children of all ages and their families to connect with cultural activities and support services in a supportive, safe and child-friendly environment. Activities are delivered by male and female Aboriginal cultural facilitators to suit a range of children’s developmental ages and stages including:

  • Traditional Dance, Songs, Games and Language
  • Sharing Circle and Storytelling
  • Art and Crafts
  • Family Bonding and Strengthening
  • Access to an Aboriginal Family Support Worker

There is no cost, a healthy afternoon tea is provided – and bus transport can be arranged.

Time and location
Wednesdays during school term  4.00pm – 6.00pm commencing in week 3 of each term at Murwillumbah Community Centre.

For more information contact Lara – P: 66723003, M: 0431 951 162, E:

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Guyahyn Playgroup

Mondays 10am to 1pm  – Please contact Lara for location – 0431 951 162

Guyahyn early childhood playgroup is an Indigenous directed playgroup for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children aged 0-5yrs and their families.

This program is auspiced by Murwillumbah Community Centre Inc. and funded by Murwillumbah Communities for Children and The Dept. Prime Minister and Cabinet.

The Playgroup follows Indigenous values and philosophies which creates a safe and friendly atmosphere for Indigenous families while also encouraging early childhood development and transition to school.

Its program is designed around different local bush food each week and includes Creative Expressions (art and crafts), Connecting to Country (outdoor exploration) and Deadly Circle Time (music, song, dance and language).

Guyahyn Playgroup is facilitated by a team of qualified Indigenous Early Childhood Educators and operates from 10am-1pm on Mondays at Kingscliff TAFE Childrens centre during the school term.

Parents attend the playgroup and learn alongside their children, strengthening cultural identity and their children’s development.  There is no cost and a healthy lunch and transport is provided.

For more information or to book some transport to get to the Guyahyn Playgroup, please call Lara on ph: 0431 951 162 Email:

Kinship Festival

The Kinship Festival is an annual free community event held in Murwillumbah to celebrate National Families Week.

The event is coordinated by Murwillumbah Community Centre’s Indigenous Programs staff and members of the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and is supported by local community service organizations.

The event aims to engage Indigenous and Non-Indigenous families in an event to connect families with community, culture, and country  and to link them to local supports through shared learning and participation.

The event celebrates community and offers a range of activities, workshops and performances aimed at children, young people and families.

Local services provider are invited to hold an information stall and facilitate activities on the day.

Free market stalls are offered to local Aboriginal businesses to raise the profile of Indigenous artists/craftspeople in the local area.

Indigenous dance groups from across the region are invited to celebrate culture and the transfer of knowledge across generations through the community Corroboree.

For more information or how to join the committee/become a volunteer/hold a stall please call Lara Bennett 02 6672 3003 Mobile 0431 951 162 Email:

Kinship Festival 2021

Kinship Festival 2019

Kinship Festival 2024

The Kinship Festival is an annual free community event held in Murwillumbah to celebrate National Families Week.

Kinship Festival 2024

Saturday 25th May, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm, Knox Park, Murwillumbah

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