The Governor and members of the Kookaburra Club
Kookaburra Club 30th Anniversary event at Government House

Kookaburra Club’s 30th Anniversary

The Governor and Ms Annus hosted the the Kookaburra Club who are celebrating 30 years of being together.

The Governor speaking at the Kookaburra Club 30th Anniversary event
The Governor speaking at the Kookaburra Club 30th Anniversary event

Originally founded as a health and well-being group, the Kookaburra Club have survived on their passion and desire to support Aboriginal women who wish to take some respite from their roles and responsibilities within the families and community to have some time for themselves. They support each other with kindness, understanding and a lot of laughter.

The Governor and members of the Kookaburra Club
The Governor and members of the Kookaburra Club

Founded in 1990 by Dorothy Bynder and Myrtle Mullaley, the Kookburra Club is a group of senior Aboriginal women who address the health and well being of Senior Noongar women living in the Northern Suburbs.

They are a club whose supporters help them to maintain their twice weekly gathering. They make art, craft, knit, sew, cook and basically come together to support each other and socialize with like-minded Aboriginal women.

The Governor and members of the Kookaburra Club
Kookaburra Club 30th Anniversary event at Government House
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