Ngurra Kujungka and Softball WA have teamed up to offer another sporting opportunity to communities in the Western Desert. Softball WA Development Officer Luci Powell, together with Ngurra Kujungka’s Indigenous Sport Development Officers Callan Hatchman and Mike McMonigal, travelled to Nullagine, Jigalong and Newman as part of Ngurra Kujungka’s Multi-Sports
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Check out the latest video from the Ngurra Kujungka School Swimming Carnival. Three schools (Punmu, Kunawarritji & Parnngurr) made the trip to Telfer Mine Site to take part in the carnival and also had the chance to discuss employment opportunities.
After a successful trip east of the Western Desert in 2015, Ngurra Kujungka has again hosted Netball WA as part of its Multisport program. Netball WA’s Community Engagement Coordinator, Nicole Rendell, travelled with Ngurra Kujungka’s Indigenous Sport Development Officer Callan Hatchman for a week of netball clinics in Warralong, Nullagine
Ngurra Kujungka’s meaning is ‘coming together as one’ and, in a first for the organisation, three community schools came together as one at Telfer to compete in a day of interschool sporting competition. Parnngurr, Punmu and Kunawarritji travelled the dusty roads to find an oasis waiting for them in the
Jigalong, Parnngurr and Punmu were the lucky communities to receive visits as part of Ngurra Kujungka school holiday program during the October school holidays. Week one saw Ngurra Kujungka’s assistant, Charley Gregorio, kicking off activities in Jigalong. Morning sport sessions on the basketball courts with up to 30 children
Staff and students from Punmu’s Rawa School travelled to Telfer in September for a day of sport and recreation. The children were thankful for the opportunity to utilise the impressive facilities available at Telfer. The day started with golf at the driving range. The high school kids showed their ability
A hot day in Telfer saw some very eager Punmu children’s eyes light up when they finally reached the big blue swimming pool at the Telfer Village. Some of the children, aged from 4 to 7 years, were experiencing a swimming pool for the first time in their lives, and