Our Healing Journey:
Designed by our Harris Park Women's group in 2018 with local artist Sally Lavelle. As a part of the healing and well-being of the group, they designed this artwork to raise awareness of domestic violence. This allowed conversations amongst the group as part of their healing journey which instilled pride in the group.
Music & Culture
Music and dance are important to Aboriginal culture. They allow us to tell stories of the Dreamtime and are used as a part of everyday life to mark special occasions. At SRAC we help reconnect Mob to culture through music and dance, especially the young ones.
Are you looking for a new creative way to express yourself or wanting to explore culture through music and dance?
Look no further, SRAC offer both private and group classes for both music and dance.
Open to all school aged children of all abilities.
Our music and dance programs are NDIS and Creative voucher eligible.
SRAC is a registered charity. We are lucky enough to be a SecondBite provider.
CHSP & NDIS Hamper Deliveries
Every Tuesday our Koori Pantry delivers hampers to our most vulnerable community and participants for free.
We offer fresh produce, hygiene and cleaning products, dairy items and much more.
Our Koori Pantry also holds a limited supply of non-perishable items that we are able to use for emergency hampers on a case by case basis.
Emergency Hampers are limited and offered by referral only to be collected from our office.
We can provide free clothing for prison release, job interviews, court appearances, Sorry business.
If you are stuck for something to wear we may be able to help. It is important to SRAC that our community is supported, and no one ever leaves court or correctional facilities in their greens.
If someone you know is about to be released and requires clothing please contact one of our AREA (Advocacy, Rights, Empowerment, Action) Advocates on
(02) 4721 1536 - Option 2
We also have a small range of formal wear available to hire at no cost, contact our friendly staff for more information.
COMMUNITY LEGAL SERVICE
PATHWAYS COMMUNITY SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY) :
Western Sydney Community Legal Centre (WSCLC) delivers free legal and social support services through 7 specialist teams.
BOOK A ROOM
Sydney Region Aboriginal Corporation (SRAC) has a range of facilities suitable for your next conference, meeting, event or planning day.
Available for hire are:
• Conference Rooms: A & B Rooms
• SRAC Hall
Our unique conferences extras include:
• Traditional Aboriginal smoking ceremony
• Yarning Circle
• Cultural activities & experiences
CO WORKING SPACE
Apply for a coworking space - specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander businesses – in SRAC Hub.