Karrarendi is a culturally focused program for Aboriginal adults with a disability or those who are frail and aged. Karrarendi means ‘to rise above and be proud’ in Kaurna language.
Through activities such as art, craft and performing arts, Karrarendi provides support, opportunities to build confidence, and a chance to explore your creative side. You can also participate in community events such as NAIDOC, Reconciliation Week and Sorry Day.
Our Tracking Culture workshops include visual workshops with local artists, and performing arts with the No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability.
Weekly session details
Read our brochure for information about our meetings, eligibility and funding options through the NDIS.
Information and referrals
Bookings are essential.