Ninna marni / Hello, how are you?

Kura Yerlo Incorporated is a leading not for profit Aboriginal owned and controlled community organisation.

We’re working towards achieving our vision of ‘walking together for a strong culture and a sustainable future’. To do this, we put culture at the heart of everything we do.

There are so many ways to get involved with our vibrant community. Explore our website, get involved with our programs, and join us in keeping our culture and our people strong.

 
 
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Walking together for a strong culture and a sustainable future.

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For Youth & Children

Aboriginal Youth Action committeE (AYAC)

An education program for young people, empowering them to talk about issues in their community and take control of their own affairs and decisions. Learn more

CHILDren's centre

Experienced, skilled and qualified early childhood educators working together to provide culturally inclusive education and care for children aged 6 months to 5 years. Learn more

KURRURU (ARTS AND CULTURE HUB)

A term-based program of contemporary dance, ballet, circus and choir workshops. Learn more

Nunga Playgroup

A nurturing, safe environment for children from birth to 5 years to play, explore and develop friendships. Runs every Friday.  Learn more

 
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For Elders

 

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Improve or maintain your fitness at our well-equipped gym. Flexible membership options. Learn more

KARRARENDI

A culturally focused program for Aboriginal adults with a disability or who are frail and aged. Sessions held weekly to build participants' confidence and get creative. Learn more

KURRURU (ARTS AND CULTURE HUB)

A term-based program of contemporary dance, ballet, circus and choir workshops. Learn more

pottery

Interested in making your own ceramics? We offer two pottery groups on Saturdays. Learn more

Western Region Elders Forum

Social and recreational activities for Aboriginal Elders throughout the western and north-western regions of Adelaide. Learn more

Zebra Finch Aboriginal Men's Group

Weekly social gatherings with a focus on cultural art and craft, artefact making, training and mentoring. Learn more. 

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For Women

 

Women's health & wellbeing

Wellness and enablement activities for Aboriginal Elders from Adelaide's northern and north-western regions. Learn more

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Improve your health and fitness at our well-equipped gym. Flexible membership options. Learn more

KURRURU (Arts and culture hub)

A term-based program of contemporary dance, ballet, circus and choir workshops.  Learn more

pottery

Interested in making your own ceramics? We offer two pottery classes on Saturdays. Learn more

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For Men

gymnasium

Improve your health and fitness at our well-equipped gym. Flexible membership options. Learn more

KURRURU (ARTS AND CULTURE HUB)

A term-based program of contemporary dance, ballet, circus and choir workshops. Learn more 

 

pottery

Interested in making your own ceramics? We offer two pottery groups on Saturdays. Learn more

Zebra Finch Aboriginal Men's Group

Weekly social gatherings with a focus on cultural art and craft, artefact making, training and mentoring. Learn more 

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Kura Yerlo Disability Support and the NDIS

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a way that people living with disability can get help to live their life their way.

You can find out about the NDIS at ndis.gov.au

The NDIS means you get a say in what help and services you need. You get to choose who to get your services from.

Kura Yerlo is one place you can get help through the NDIS. We believe it’s your culture, your NDIS plan, your way.

We can help you develop new life skills and learn from Elders to connect you with your culture and community.

Call our Aged and Disability Support Services Program Manager on 08 8449 7367  to see how we can assist. 

 
 

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Get your own exercise or rehabilitation program. Our qualified personal trainer will help you work towards your goals. Learn more

KARRARENDI

Build your confidence and creativity through art, craft and performing arts. Join community events like NAIDOC, Reconciliation Week and Sorry Day.  Learn more

Aboriginal Women’s Health and Wellbeing

Learn from Elders about your culture and sustainability. Improve your wellbeing.  Learn more

Zebra Finch Aboriginal Men's Group

Join this social gathering for men. Help to maintain  your culture and share messages of reconciliation. Men in the group pass down skills and help young  people to grow their cultural identity. Learn more

 
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NDIS Provider Registration Number: 4050006616

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