Marra Worra Worra is the oldest and largest Aboriginal Resource Agency in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Its primary aim is to provide support services to existing and emerging groups in the Fitzroy River Valley, and to assist them to develop as strong, autonomous communities and organisations. Based in the predominantly Aboriginal town of Fitzroy Crossing, its area of operations extends from Jimbalakadunj community,120 kilometres to the west, to Yiyili community, 170 kilometres to the east.
Win $500 and also win $500 for a school in Fitzroy Valley Marra Worra Worra was formed over 40 years ago when leaders of Bunuba, Gooniyandi, Wangkajunga, Walmajarri and Nyikina began to meet at the banks of the Fitzroy River to strengthen our voice and advocate for our homelands. The place where they met is where...Read more
On Monday evening, ABC’s program Four Corners aired a special investigation into remote Indigenous communities. The program made allegations about the way Marra Worra Worra corporation operates and the benefits it gives back to the community. The Four Corners program reported that 44 Indigenous organisations and programs are currently being investigated by the Department of...Read more
It’s probably a little too late to say Happy New Year but I’ll say it anyway. 2016 is going to be challenging for all of us here at Marra Worra Worra, but there’s no reason why it can’t be just as rewarding as 2015 if we set ourselves some clear targets and work hard towards...Read more