Nirrumbuk Aboriginal Corporation

Who We Are

Nirrumbuk Aboriginal Corporation aims to assist Indigenous people in the Kimberley to find a better standard of living.
With self-sufficiency the end goal, we help individuals via a variety of relevant training and employment opportunities, as well as guidance on healthy living conditions. The support we offer is long-term as the road to independence is unique for each of us. Nirrumbuk Aboriginal Corporation is here to help you.

3 weeks ago

Broome Community of Elders would love you to join us for BINGO and other activities at next weeks morning tea! Monday 12th February at 10am Contact us on 9193 7100 for more details.

3 weeks ago

The 10 Week Jump Start program kicked off today. Enrolments are still open! Reach out if you or a family member is interested. Participants spent today getting to know eachother, know themselves and learning about work, health and safety. You can see them here at our emergency evacuation point. Contact us on 9193 7100 for more info, or drop into the office.

3 weeks ago

We are seeking an enthusiastic Case Manager (Casual) to join our team. If you are reliable, trustworthy and have a ‘can do’ attitude, take direction and work with minimal supervision, we want you to be a part of our team. The preferred candidate will also: - be able to communicate clearly and confidently with people from all walks of life - be able to work with others to go above and beyond for clients - be able to work in a computerised environment - be able to work in a challenging work environment - Report and record movements/information on a daily basis - be able to obtain police clearance and working with children (essential) - possess Certificate III or IV in Youth Work / Community Services or other relevant community services qualifications (desirable) Please submit a cover letter outlining your experience and why we should employ you, along with your resume to liam@nirrumbuk.org.au Applications Close 4pm Friday 23rd February. PLEASE NOTE: Applications may close earlier if we find suitable candidates to fulfil the positions.

3 weeks ago

4 weeks ago

We are hiring! We are looking for a Literacy and Numeracy Officer to join our Youth Services team. The role is crucial to the success of the Pinakarra Program and 10 Week Jump Start Program. https://www.seek.com.au/job/73352260 If you have a passion for training and facilitation, apply today! Please contact us at NACadmin@nirrumbuk.org.au or on 08 9193 7100 for more information.

1 month ago

Adriano and Jezurahn both passed their PDAs last week! Keep an eye out for them on the road. Congratulations!

About Us

Nirrumbuk Aboriginal Corporation (NAC) is a Broome based community driven by aboriginal membership predominantly derived from the Dampier Peninsular Region, North of Broome. The organisation’s primary objectives are to build the capacity of the aboriginal community and individuals of the region.

Established in 1993, NAC is registered as an Australian Public Benevolent Institution and not-for-profit organisation. Nirrumbuk Aboriginal Corporation (NAC) has been delivering outcomes for Aboriginal people in the Kimberley for 30 years.

We strive to build capacity and foster self-sufficiency with a key focus on health, housing, education, training and employment.

Managed and owned by Aboriginal members, our board consists of 12 Indigenous people from Broome and the Dampier Peninsula.

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Our Name and Our Logo

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NIRRUMBUK (Nyul Nyul Language) is the largest permanent freshwater spring on the Dampier Peninsular. Prior to settlement, the Aboriginal Nations of the region would sustain themselves from the spring for a permanent source of water and food.

The Nirrumbuk name was chosen to reflect the corporation’s membership and its objectives: to sustain our people in the modern context. We provide the opportunity for development that enables participation in Australian society through training, employment, economic development, and infrastructure provision.