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Yaama to our beautiful Coota Girls community! Our team will be away with a group of Coota Girls Survivors and descendants from Thursday 11th April to Monday 15th on our On Country Language and Culture Gathering. The Office and Keeping Place will be closed for this time and will reopen on Tuesday 16th April. Have a great weekend you mob! ... See MoreSee Less
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Yaama to our Coota Girls family! Are you a Coota Girls Survivor or descendant living in the Southwest Sydney region? We would love for you to join us at our Coota Girls Yarn Up. Come along on Wednesday 1st May to yarn about your experiences with the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) and any local supports or services that you need, so that we can better meet the practical support needs of our Coota Girls community. Coota Girls staff will be available to yarn with you at the forum. Catered morning tea and lunch will be provided. Contact our team for details of location and venue – Call Laura on 0427 691 460 or email laura@cootagirls.org.au ... See MoreSee Less
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A huge thank you to the deadly Pauline and Ash from UTS Jumbunna, who travelled to Worimi Country to facilitate a possum cloak making workshop at our Coota Girls Survivor Healing Retreat a couple of weeks ago. These possum cloaks tell the story of Coota Girls Survivors, their sisterhood, and their journeys of disconnection and reconnection to culture and their true identities. We can’t wait to see these cloaks come together as beautiful gifts for our Aunties. ... See MoreSee Less
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A couple of weeks ago, a group of Coota Girls Survivors travelled to Worimi Country for a healing gathering. During our stay we visited Murrook Culture Centre to meet Worimi Elders and knowledge holders, yarn, and connect with culture through art and stories. Thank you to the deadly team at Murrook Culture Centre for welcoming us with open arms! ... See MoreSee Less
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Yaama to our Coota Girls family! Are you a Coota Girls Survivor or descendant living in the Dubbo region? We would love for you to join us at our Coota Girls Regional Yarn Up. Come along on Thursday 7th March to yarn about your experiences with the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) and any local supports you need, so that we can better meet the practical support needs of our Coota Girls community. Coota Girls staff will be available to yarn with at the forum. Catered lunch will be provided. Contact our team for details of location and venue – Call (02) 8004 6162 or email admin@cootagirls.org.au ... See MoreSee Less
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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands, seas and waters which are embedded with our spirit, culture and knowledge. We recognise the powerful connection we have to our spirits, ancestors and to our community.

We pay our deepest respects to our Elders who sung the Songlines before us and those that will sing into the future.

We pay respects to our Stolen Generations Survivors, their families and whole communities, including those who never made it home, and those who are still searching.