Early August, Ngurra Kujungka’s ISDO Doug and Recreation Officer Lloyd spent 5 days on the road visiting the Punmu, Kunawarritji and Kiwirrkurra communities. Punmu’s RAWA school was our first stop and they were excited to see us as the kids were already involved with some basketball. Due to it being
Warralong, Nullagine and Marble Bar schools recently completed their first watery battle for swimming carnival supremacy, and bragging rights. A week of swimming lessons and coach education saw participants from all three schools learn new skills that would be put into practise at the end of the week’s swimming carnival.
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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Ngurra Kujungka is pleased to announce the appointment of Larissa Booth and Lloyd Patch as the new Recreation Officers for the Nullagine community. Larissa is the daughter of Ngurra Kujungka Chairman Bruce Booth, and she has recently started in a part-time role at the Nullagine Community School. Both Larissa and
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.
SCHOOL HOLIDAYS ARE COMING!!! Kids don’t be bored during school holidays this January! Ngurra Kujungka will be launching its brand new and exciting School Holiday Program supported by Newcrest Mining, the Criminal Property Confiscation Grants Program (Department of the Attorney General) and Healthway. Warralong and Nullagine will be the first
Western Australian Cricket Association Development Officers Elle Sherwin and Alex ‘The Lion’ Stewart joined NK ISDO Callan Hatchman and travelled to Marble Bar, Nullagine, Jigalong and Parnngurr in December for a whirlwind trip. Supported by the Department of Sport and Recreation, Ngurra Kujungka’s Multisport Program saw Western Desert communities again
Ngurra Kujungka and Rugby WA have once again joined forces to offer another sport to the communities of the Western Desert. Two Rugby WA development officers — Doug Kidgell and Rhydian Lewis — along with Ngurra Kujungka’s assistant Charley Gregorio, travelled to Punmu, Kunawarritji and Kiwirrkurra in the last week
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