News & Events

Gumala Newsletter June 2019

The Gumala Newsletter for June 2019 is out now and available here. A copy will be sent in the…

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End of Program Year 2018-2019

The end of financial year is approaching (30 June 2019), which means that the current Member Programs will close…

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Consultation Survey Now Available

GAC’s Member Consultation Survey is now back online. New SMS links will be sent out today ONLY to those…

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GAC Consultation Survey

Gumala Aboriginal Corporation will soon be carrying out a consultation survey (Monday 8 April to Friday 3 May) and…

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Fun Box in Tom Price each Thursday

The Fun Box – a trailer full of toys, games and activities – will be visiting Area W in…

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Come and get creative at Gumala Tom Price

If you love art, sewing, wood carving or anything creative, please feel free to join the Social Enterprise Group…

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Men’s Yarn Group Starts Today

The Men’s Yarn Group is starting today in Wakuthuni. Our Community Projects Coordinator Shane Seers will be involved and…

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Wakuthuni Women’s Yarn Group Starts Today

The Gumala supported Wakuthuni Women’s Yarn Group will be on again each Tuesday from 9am-1pm (starting 5 March). All…

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Gumala Newsletter March 2019

The Gumala Newsletter for March 2019 is now available here. A copy will also be posted in the mail…

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Member and former Director sadly passes away

At the end of 2018, a calendar was sent out to all Members which captured the many ages and…

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Telstra Bill Assistance Now Available

Did you know GAC is able to assist you with your Telstra bill? Vouchers will be issued to eligible…

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GAC Board Appoints New Executive Officer

GAC Chairperson Gloria Smith has announced the Board’s appointment of Mr Justin Dhu as the Executive Officer for the…

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GAC Services

Now and for the future

Member Programs & Services

We are dedicated to delivering programs and services that are impactful both in the present and in the long term to our Members. Gumala was established to bring lasting and tangible benefits to the Traditional Owners for which it serves.

Our Member programs promote education, employment, health, community development and the sustainability of our people’s culture. Our aim is that our programs will deliver sustainable, beneficial outcomes for our Members and their families so that they may continue to build on their achievements.

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Community Projects

Gumala  is committed to working in partnership with our Members and their communities.

Our objectives are to establish a vision and path forward for communities aligned with current and future needs of those communities and to improve social, economic, environmental and cultural outcomes of each community. Gumala also aims to support and address current and future challenges faced by those communities.

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Gumala Working Hard for You

Gumala’s unique and transformational approach to poverty alleviation in a socially complex environment is enabling economic, social and community developmental solutions for Traditional Owners.


Gumala is committed to maintaining and respecting cultural protocol and acknowledges the use of member images throughout the website. If at any time you become aware that an image exists on this website that should be removed for cultural purposes, please contact the office on (08) 9188 4500 as soon as possible