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Coota Girls Aboriginal Coporation..

What We D0

Find out more about how we support our Coota Girls survivors, their families and communities.

Coota Girls Family Hub

Access to resources designed specifically to assist Stolen Generations and their families on their healing journeys.

News & Events

Coota Girls launches its first education resource: a short film titled Walking Our Songlines

Coota Girls Aboriginal Corporation produced a short film, titled Walking Our Songlines, for truth telling and education, and to inspire Stolen Generations Survivors, their families, and communities. The film was launched yesterday, 29 April 2021, in the presence of our beautiful Coota Survivors, their families and our supporters, on Gadigal Country – NCIE in Sydney.…

We are looking for a Program and Operations Administrator to join our team!

Job description ABOUT COOTA GIRLS ABORIGINAL CORPORATION Coota Girls is an emerging not-for-profit Indigenous Corporation that was founded in 2013 by a group of former residents of the Cootamundra Domestic Training Home for Aboriginal Girls. Coota Girls was established to meet the social, emotional and spiritual wellbeing support needs of former residents, their families and…

Parker yarns with Coota Girls about NAIDOC 2020 Yaama Parker!

Can you tell us who your mob are? “Gamilaroi and Wailwan” Can you tell us the Traditional Owners of the land you live on? “Gubbi Gubbi/Kabi Kabi” Parker can you tell us a little bit about you? “I am 6 years old. I am Aboriginal. I am Dutch and I am Irish. I like to…

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands, which are embedded with our spirit, culture and knowledge. We recognise the powerful connection we have to the land, waterways and sea, and to our community.


We pay our deepest respects to our Elders who sung the songlines before us and to our future Elders. We pay respects to our Survivors, their families and whole communities including those who never made it home, and those who are still searching.

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