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Garnduwa Fitzroy Crossing Youth Coordinator Garnduwa Fitzroy Crossing Area Manager

Welcome to Garnduwa

Welcome to Garnduwa Amboorny Wirnan

Garnduwa is a Not-for-Profit organisation that was established in 1992 by over forty Indigenous representatives from a broad cross section of towns and remote communities across the Kimberley.  To this day, Garnduwa remains governed by representatives from those communities and works to enable Indigenous people to have a say in their own sport and recreation destiny.

The development of physically and mentally healthier communities, and contributing to the positive development of potential Indigenous leaders in the community are the key aspirations behind the work that Garnduwa carries out in the Kimberley.

Garnduwa works closely with the remote communities of the Kimberley to build their capacity to both manage and deliver their own sustainable and ongoing sport and recreation programs through the provision of appropriate and accessible training and skill development opportunities.

Latest News
  • Once Again Deadly Diva Day is a Hit
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    More than 80 high school girls attended Garnduwa's annual Smarter than Smoking Deadly.

  • New Staff Welcome in Fitzroy Crossing
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    The Fitzroy Crossing Garnduwa office is excited to welcome three new senior staff to.

  • Kimberley Female Leaders Gather Together
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    On October 23rd over 34 young Indigenous women gathered from the East and West.