Marninwarntikura Women's Resource Centre - Women · Building · Belonging

Welcome to Marninwarntikura Women's Resource Centre

Marninwarntikura is a centre of inspiration that provides women and their families a place for positive change and leadership. Marninwarntikura is a Walmajarri word. ' Marnin' means 'women', 'Wanti' means 'big mobs of women' and 'Kura' means 'belonging to'. When said together, it means that women who belong to this region, these countries and each other, have come together.

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Professional Clay Play!

Professional Clay Play!

Ceramisists, Anna John and Tanya Lee joined us in Marnin Studio for a fun filled, skill building residency.

  • Sue Thomas
Mother's Day Because of Her We Can !!

Mother's Day Because of Her We Can !!

Children lovingly pamper their Mummy’s, Jaja, Ogees, Aunties and other carers at our hand spa booth

We were joined by the Yiriman women who created beautiful bracelets using colourful seeds from nature.
  • Sue Thomas
Creating Welcoming Spaces

Creating Welcoming Spaces

The spaces we work in communicate a lot to the women and their children who come in to Marnin to access supports or just to sit and connect with others or check out the 1000 (many more than 1000 ) dresses :) 

 

If we are able to create spaces that are calming, welcoming and therapeutically designed we are in a good place to have a positive impact on women and their families engaging with the different teams across the organisation .

  • Sue Thomas
Connecting to Country

Connecting to Country

Connecting to Country does wonders for our wellbeing, sense of connection and enjoyment of life. The team have been taking young people on country , listening to what they need and finding ways to support them. Sometimes the best things in life are so simple, we have to make them happen more often, to build our strength and resilience. 

 

We are once again reminded of the healing power of Country.

  • Sue Thomas