We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which Garnduwa works.
Everything we do is with loyalty to our cultures, our communities and our well being. This guides the programs we deliver.
We invite organisations interested in delivering sport and recreation to work alongside us to achieve our vision for healthy, active and strong communities across the Kimberley.
Garnduwa is excited to announce Mandy McSherry has been appointed Head Coach of the inaugural Kimberley Spirit Female Program which kicks off its pre-season training on the 11th of February.
Teams from Yungngora, Noonkanbah, Beagle Bay, Mullin, Wangkatjungka, Yakanarra and family teams from across the Kimberley made a great effort to travel far and wide for the Yungngora/Noonkanbah 2018 Sports Festival
Garnduwa is excited to announce that Majarlin Kimberley Centre for Remote Health (formerly Kimberley Rural Health Alliance) has joined the Kimberley Spirit Football Academy as a sponsor for 2019.
Sean exceeded our expectations and we were lucky to have him in the office. We’d like to support him to achieve his goals and hope that he succeeds in the sporting industry - whatever path he chooses. Well done Sean.
The girls engaged in workshops promoting health and well being through dance, nutrition, social and emotional well being, bush medicine and bush lemongrass iced tea from local elder, Annie milgin.
Local band The Mango Mob sang up a storm whilst the Derby Dance Group danced up a dust storm!
As part of the Western Australia Country Health Service and Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries funded Game Changers Program over 50 girls played some outstanding football across 6 games each.
The 2018 Garnduwa East Kimberley Deadly Diva Days brought women and young women across the East Kimberley together to connect, educate, share and have fun!
Deadly Diva Day in Derby September 2018