“Keeping Our Stories – Stories from Yaegl Country” Official book launch was held at the Port of Yamba Historical Society on Friday the 22nd July 2022. This special project began in 2019, where Uncle Lester Mercy had a fantastic idea to record the stories of our Elders. Uncle Lester and Aneika Kapeen applied for funding […]
The Yaegl Elders Aboriginal Corporation, currently supported by Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation, held a fantastic one day gathering on Yaegl Country on Wednesday 15th June 2022. This event attract approximately 70 elders from as far south as Bowraville and as far north as Tabulam. The Maclean High School hospitality students volunteers time to get some work […]
On Thursday 2nd June 2022, Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation, along with a number of partners, hosted the Clarence Valley Close the Gap Day 2022. The day packed with over 900 school students was filled with activities, culture, language, and key messages from service providers on how we can all Close the Gap. The official opening of […]
Thanks to the power of our community, Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation has been named as one of Essential Energy’s Community Choices Champions for 2022. Community members have voted to provideMudyala Aboriginal Corporation with a little extra support which will help our group provide essential services to Aboriginal Children and Youth in the Clarence Valley. “We feel […]
Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation had an exciting opportunity to partner with Yaegl artist Frances Belle Parker and the talented Maclean Public School student to create a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) artwork for the Bennelong Foundation. The event took place during Reconciliation Week and encouraged the students to talk about what reconciliation means and what role a […]
Today sees the start of a new way of partnering and collaborating for the benefit of community and charitable disaster relief. Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation would like to take the time to reflect and thank everyone that has led to the success of on the ground support. The team at Good360 Australia, particularly Natasha, who has […]
“Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation” has been nominated as a community organisation of note in Greater Bank’s Greater Mid North Coast Community Funding Competition. Please vote as often as you can on the Greater Bank voting page here to maximise our chances of winning $3,000 in funding from the bank. Visitors to the Greater Bank website may vote once per hour.
Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation teamed up with Clarence Valley Landcare and Working Together to bring a fun filled night of protecting and caring for country by rounding up Cane Toads. Cane Toads are a massive threat to our local ecosystem and have a terrible impact on our native plants and animals. Our small group of 13 […]