On behalf of the board and management, we would like to advise of the following actions in response to the Coronavirus.


Gunditjmara continues to enact its Pandemic Plan and our dedicated committee monitors all developments and changes.  We understand that this may cause some disruption, however, the safety of our community and staff is our number one priority. As government policy changes we will continue to adjust our services accordingly and update you as we go. We are taking all precautions to ensure our staff are protected so we are able to provide reduced services in a safe manner.

Our Medical Centre is still operating as per normal and we have implemented extra screening procedures.  We continue to support our community, especially our older people and those who experience chronic disease. Occasionally staff may need to wear full protective clothing, there is no need to be alarmed by this.


Medical clinic – (03) 5564 3344

Kepler St office- (03) 5559 1234

If community members require hand sanitiser or masks, please call the Kepler St office.


Some Gunditjmara groups/events/activities are still postponed. These include the following:


Aboriginal Women’s Groups

Elders Activity Shed

Gunditjmara scheduled events


The Kooramook Playgroup is now back in person at Harris St.

The Aboriginal Elders and Social Support Group is being conducted over the phone.

CEO & Board of Directors


Making A Difference

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Placing culture at the centre of the work we do, we believe in empowering the people we work with. Using a strength-based approach, our services aim to support our community in making positive, strong choices for the future. 


With a strong commitment to providing quality care, a holistic approach to healing, tailored medical services and educational opportunities for Aboriginal people our health services aim to offer you a friendly, culturally safe 

service for all our community.


Home Care

Supporting people is something we take very seriously. Our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact in the lives of people. We offer support for you, people with special needs and Elders within the community.


We share a commitment to building a strong healthy community. We offer you holistic services that support healthy lifestyles, offering a variety of options and providing opportunities that  support you as an Aboriginal person.

"To us, health is about so much more than simply not being sick. It is about getting a balance between the physical, mental, emotional, cultural and spiritual health. Health and healing are interwoven which means that one cannot be separated from the other".

Dr. Tamara Mackean

President of the Australian Indigenous Doctors' Association in Canberra.