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Case Studies

Song Peoples Sessions

A collaboration between international singer Shellie Morris and the Borroloola Songwomen.

li-Anthawirriyarra Sea Ranger Unit

Supporting the sea rangers as they strive for economic sustainability while supporting caring for sea and country initiatives.

Turtle Camp

A program to involve conservationists and tourists in a local program to protect turtles in the Gulf.

Books in Homes

Helping school students in the Gulf region access books to take home and read with their families.

Borroloola Indigenous Hip Hop

Students produced a song and music video - 'Borroloola - We Alright'

Malandarri Festival

Annual community-led indigenous Arts and Culture event.

John Moriarty Football Scholarships

Booroloola and Robinson River is producing exceptional athletes and students, whose skills and opportunities are strengthened through the JMF program

Waralangku Arts – Four Clans Artwork

A collaborative art piece between the four main language groups in the region; Yanyuwa, Marra, Garrwa and Gudanji.

Mabunji Aboriginal Resource Indigenous Corporation – Fauna Survey on Gulf Islands

A three-year program to track mammal populations on Maria and North Islands. 

Borroloola Amateur Race Club Facilities Upgrade

Construction of permanent holding yards for cattle. 

Closing the Gap in Aboriginal Cancer

A pilot program for the prevention and early detection of cancer in communities in the Gulf Region.

RGRC Rocky Creek Bridge Upgrade

Raising the Rocky Creek Bridge to increase immunity to wet weather events.

Borroloola Community Bus Service

A 12 month pilot of a community bus service in Borroloola extending to nearby locations including Police Lagoon and Robinson River.

Garrwa and Gunindirri Garrwa Plants and Animals

A partnership between the Borroloola School and the University of Queensland as part of an ongoing program gathering the language and traditional ethnobiological knowledge of the local culture. 

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