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Stylin' Up: Pride in Self, Pride in Family and Pride in Community


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Inala Wangarra is a not for profit community organisation that delivers and facilitates a variety of Sporting, Recreational, Cultural and Arts programs. Our goal is to enhance and strengthen the skills and capacity of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community within Inala and surrounding areas.

Sport and Recreation Program

Our Sport and Rec Program provides sporting and recreational opportunities for local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Activities include, traditional games in local schools, indoor cricket carnivals, gym programs, traditional dance, touch footy and OzTag carnivals, netball carnivals and Men’s and Youth camps.

Community Engagement Program

The Community Engagement Program aims to strengthen participation and development of new and existing community activities, provides skill recognition for volunteers and links project participants to training and employment.

Inala Indigenous Women’s Projects

The Indigenous Women’s project aims to provide networking opportunities for local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women. Recent activities include the annual Inala Women’s Netball Carnival, Welcome Babies to Country ceremony, Zumba Women’s Fitness, Inala Women’s Rugby League Team and coordination of the Women’s Group.

Southwest Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Justice Group

The SW Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Justice group works in collaboration with other local agencies to address issues of law and order from a community perspective. The group is here to help the community with advice and support to help them navigate the justice system.
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