Clarence Valley Close the Gap Day 2023

Clarence Valley Close the Gap is a day for all Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people to come together to share and learn from each other while participating in engaging activities from local community service providers. A local committee made up of local Aboriginal organisations and mainstream service providers come together to plan and coordinate this huge […]

Rising Warriors Camp

In the April school holidays 2023, we held a Rising Warriors camp that allowed 26 youth to participate in an on country fitness boot camp while incorporating cultural elements of connection and healing.   The boys who participated went on daily beach runs in preparation of the footy season ahead. Water based activities were then […]

South Sydney Rabbitohs Boots

This year we had some Aboriginal artists from the Northern Rivers area paint the NRL Rabbitoh player boots the auction after the game to help raise much needed funds for Aboriginal Children and Youth Programs. Local Aboriginal Artists included Jai Darby Walker, Shane Laurie Jnr, Floyd Laurie, Cody Walker and Aneika Kapeen.  Rabbitoh Player boots […]

Strong Women Healing

In February 2023, we held the first of many Strong Women Healing camps to come. Helping our community learn to heal from grief and loss together. Leaning on each other, sharing stories, engaging in culturally safe activities. A camp driven by the women who participated. Our Facilitators including Jenna McBeth and the Social Futures team, […]

Clarence Valley Close the Gap 2023 – SAVE THE DATE

Clarence Valley Close the Gap Day is coming back in 2023. For interested schools please click here. Once the form is complete we will communicate the next steps. Forms to be completed by Friday 3rd March 2023. For organisations that would like to sponsor the event for our community please click here to fill out the sponsorship application […]

Rising Warriors Program

The Rising Warriors Program is an initiative formed by a group of volunteer Aboriginal men who are a part of the Bundjalung Baygal Warriors Rugby League Football Club (BBWRLFC) The BBWRLFC partnered with Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation to develop community led programs to support Aboriginal youth to achieve positive wellbeing. The Rising Warriors Program aims to […]

Revitalising Cultural Identity

Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation are passionate about keeping our culture alive and encouraging our children and youth to take pride in their culture. On the 19th November 2022, Mudyala hosted a cultural identity photoshoot day at Lake Arragan, in Yuraygir National Park. This day seen over 50 families from Yaegl, Bundjalung, Gumbaynggirr, Dhunggutti, and Gamilaroi areas […]

Yugaamgan Festival 2022

On Saturday 29th October 2022 Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation coordinated a Yugaamgan Festival at Wooloweyah Hall on behalf of the Yaegl Elders Aboriginal Corporation. The day had Department of Environment Saving Our Species, local cultural facilitators including Raquel Binge, Deborah Breckenridge, Krystal Randall, and Kahlua Charlton.  Maclean Rotary Club volunteered on the day and cooked over […]

Acknowledgement of Country

Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation and Yaegl Elders Aboriginal Corporation partnered with Clarence Valley Council for a language program. The Yaegl Elders were to decide on a language project they would like to deliver within a 6 month time frame. The discussion that followed was full of ideas.  The Yaegl Elders then settled on creating a standard […]

Bakarindi Bushfoods Joins the Mudyala Family

In September 2021, while most of Australia was hiding away in yet another COVID lockdown, Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation became the proud owners of  Bakarindi. Bakarindi are well known in the region and across Australia as a manufacturer of high quality bush food products sourced from local farmers and suppliers. Due to a change in personal […]