The Gamburlarna Projects are now coming to an end and WMYAC are planning to launch Cultural Tours in the new year. This is an opportunity for all Yindjibarndi people to share our ancient culture through tourism.
Wirlu-Murra has partnered with Terra Rosa Consulting to set up the opportunity for Yindjibarndi People to undertake training in tourism through the TAFE. This will allow for more Yindjibarndi people to move into the space of tourism and sharing Yindjibarndi culture. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Vince Adams at our offices.
Next year, WMYAC staff and Directors will come and talk to Members about new Culture Projects that they want to see happen under Gamburlarna.
The Gamburlarna Foundation is an Aboriginal organisation established by the Wirlu-murra Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation and the National Trust (WA) to protect, maintain and respect cultural heritage. It has evolved from the desire of Yindjibarndi Elders to share knowledge and social histories with younger people and the wider community.
Since 2014, the Foundation has worked to establish and progress a community-driven program of activities, the Gamburlarna Project (the Project), that seeks to enable Yindjibarndi people to build a sustainable and self-sufficient future. A strong focus and aspiration of the Project has been the development of programs and businesses that will create the economic bases to achieve this broader community vision. To learn more about Gamburlarna please visit the Gamburlarna website.