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Indigenous Students Swap Halls Creek for the Hills

On 16 November 2012, the Hills Shire Times published the following article written by Evan Steff on the students from Halls creek attending the Dural Excellence in Education Program:- The remote West Australian town of Halls Creek is a long…


Dawn Til Dusk

Wunan’s Indigenous Employment Program, Dawn Til Dusk, delivered by Bina-waji Aboriginal Corporation in Halls Creek, achieved an outstanding completion rate of 91 per cent this year. The residential pre-employment program was conducted at Burks Park under the supervision of Bina-waji…


Spotlight On Wunan Staff – Pauline Manning

My name is Pauline Manning and I am a Djaru woman. I was born at Moola Bulla station just out of Halls Creek. When Moola Bulla closed down as a settlement in the 50’s I, together with my family and many…


Spotlight On Wunan Staff – Grace Lewis

My mother is from the Bard tribe on the Dampier Peninsula, West Kimberley.  My three brothers, sister and I grew up with tall stories about the salt water people, diving for pearls and the Chinese men chanting “olanges for sale”.…


Minister Jenny Macklin approves $400,000 funding for Living Change!

Jenny Macklin, Minister for Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, met with Wunan and community members in Halls Creek to announce an additional $400,000 in funding for Living Change. This was assisted by Senator Glenn Sterle who visited a few…

Living Change

East Kimberley Development Program (EKDP) Transitional Housing

We have a had a very exciting time over the past few months in Wunan Housing. The transitional housing program has been our main focus as we have seen 32 new homes tenanted with the remaining 8 not far away.…

Accommodation & Housing