For First AustraliansNeed some support for you or your family? Chances are there is a way we can assist you.
- Get a Larrakia ID
- Book a flight, bus or accommodation
- Fix housing and living problems
- Get some assistance with your health
- Arrange care for an elder
- Get involved in arts and culture
For Business & GovernmentAs Darwin’s leading Aboriginal organisation, we can work with you to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes in a variety of ways.
- Book a welcome to country or cross cultural training
- Arrange Aboriginal content and catering for your event
- Do business in environmental monitoring and management
- Consult with Darwin’s traditional owners
- Develop a partnership, program or joint venture
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June 3, 2022
In May this year, Richie Fejo was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Flinders University to acknowledge his work in cross-cultural education and improving outcomes for Aboriginal people. A doctorate is the highest tertiary achievement possible, and Honorary Doctorates are given to an outstanding person who provides significant contribution to their community and to the university. […]
May 14, 2022
The Girls Step Up program The longer teenage girls stay in school, the better life choices they make. This is the thinking behind the ‘Girls Step Up’ program run by The Smith Family in Darwin which is designed to offer girls in year 9 the chance to meet and get to know strong, deadly women […]
April 28, 2022
Youth homelessness the worst in the country Last week was the annual Couch Surfing Day. It’s an awesome day where teams of deadly young people race their couches around Civic Park in Darwin. What isn’t so awesome is that on any given night thousands of young people in the NT don’t know where they are […]
April 13, 2022
Star supporters of Larrakia Aged Care As one of the largest Aged Care providers in the NT, Larrakia Nation is always looking for support from the wider community to help cover costs of our social groups. Time and time again there are a core group of people who offer their time and resources to […]
April 1, 2022
Welcome aboard William Hewitt – Cultural Coordinator Late last year William Hewitt was recruited to cultural coordinator role through our Palmerston Family and Cultural Centre, and now spends four days a week at YMCA in Palmerston. “Being at the centre means I can create a bond with the youth” said William who knew a […]
March 17, 2022
The Larrakia Petition is one of the most important documents for land rights in the 1970s. We have an event on Friday at 10am at State Square Park to commemorate 50 years since the signing of the petition. Please come along and support dialogue about the past and future of Larrakia. In 1971 Bobby […]
February 11, 2022
For the last few weeks Larrakia Nation staff have been delivering masks to our members. Have you got yours yet? To keep our Larrakia members safe, we’ve been dropping off a 50 pack of masks to all members in Darwin and Palmerston because the mask mandate isn’t going to end anytime soon and […]
January 31, 2022
Patrol distributing RAT tests If you see our Patrol staff wearing full PPE gear while out on their patrol, it’s because they’re distributing RAT tests to people. On Friday last week LNAC started testing people living rough or on the streets to get a better idea of the extent of the spread of COVID […]