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 […]

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 […]

Yaegl Elders Gathering

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 […]

Essential Energy Community Choices Program

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 […]

Helping Bennelong

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 […]

Mudyala Launches Yaegl Elders Gathering Program

On 16th June, 2021, Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation was honoured to host the first gathering in our brand new Elders Gathering Program. Designed to reduce social isolation and support community connectedness, Mudyala’s new Elders Gathering Program also aims to facilitate the re-establishment of the Yaegl Elders Aboriginal Corporation. 9 Yaegl Elders and 6 support crew attended […]