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Sutherland Shire Family Services The Shire Family Centre, 90 Soldiers Rd, Jannali NSW  2226

Phone: 02 9528 2933 Fax: 02 9528 2633   Email:  Web:

Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

Service Description: Support service for families with dependent children aged 0 – 18 years living in the Sutherland Shire. Our Aboriginal Family Worker Project covers the Sutherland Shire and St George areas. We provide assistance for families in crisis, information and referral, relationship and family counseling, budget advice, practical and emotional support. Outreach family worker service also available. Courses on parenting, self confidence, self development and art therapy are available as well as a Supported Playgroup and Women’s Domestic Violence Support Group. Youth and Family Worker available to work with parents and young people aged 12 – 18 years. Djanaba Occasional Care Service(Tue to Thu – phone 9528 2855).                                                                                                                                                   

Contact: Ms Kath Jones, Manager

Fees: Fees only for Djanaba Occasional Care Service

Disability Access: Yes (Accessible toilet)

Eligibility: Families with children up to 18 yrs

Area Served: Sutherland Shire

Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation Elizabeth House, 15 Jannali Ave, Jannali NSW 2226

Phone: 02 9528 0287 Fax: 02 9528 0828       Mail to: PO Box 516, Jannali NSW 2226    Email:

Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

Drop-in centre for local Aboriginal residents.  

Aims to develop closer ties between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal groups and assist in reconciliation.

Acts as referral for Aboriginal people who require info and services within the community or advice on cultural issues.

Funds the Gnarra HACC Aboriginal Project which provides information and support for people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) background to empower them to access Home and Community Care services. Gnarra also provides direct service to clients: * Case management *

Centre-based day care, with transport to and from home

Provides advice to councils on cultural issues.

Contact: Deanna Schreiber, Ann Cribb, June Riemer

Fees: none

Disability Access: Yes (Accessible toilet, ramps)

Eligibility: HACC clients must be at least 45 yrs old, with a disability, & their carers

Area Served: Sutherland Shire, St George

Volunteering: Aboriginal volunteers always welcome



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