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Journey to Empowerment

Wunan Foundation is very pleased to announce we recently secured funding to deliver a holistic new program aimed at creating jobs, building work readiness and providing intensive support to recipients of the Cashless Debit Card in the East Kimberley region. …


Kimberley Careers Expo highlights career opportunities for youth and job seekers

High school students and job seekers got a taste of a variety of career options in Kununurra recently. A career expo held at North Regional TAFE gave local students and job seekers different career path options, where they got explore…


Lily Lagoon Resort: Unique training opportunity

A five-day training program for Aboriginal hospitality workers took place in Kununurra recently. The program was delivered by WA Food Ambassador Don Hancey and Chef Trainer Mark Attard, and coordinated by Lily Lagoon Resort and Wunan Foundation. Eight hospitality workers…


An Update from Lakeside Resort

For decades, Lakeside Resort has been a beloved local establishment and a popular tourist destination in Kununurra. The resort became a part of Wunan Foundation as its 5th Social Enterprise to provide hospitality services and to increase employment and training…

Lakeside Resort Tourism and Hospitality

Social Compass welcomes New team members

Social Compass, Wunan’s Research and Evaluation Social Enterprise based in Melbourne welcomed a new consultant. Over the past quarter, Social Compass has been busy on a number of projects. Towards the end of 2019, Social Compass relocated to new offices.…

Social Compass

Wunan Governance & Leadership Program earns high ratings on annual evaluation

The Wunan Governance and Leadership Program was evaluated in May 2019. Funded by the NIAA, National Indigenous Australians Agency (formerly PM&C), the Program was established in 2015 with the aim of improving governance, management and operations in participating Aboriginal organisations…