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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Making Calming Spaces

Making Calming Spaces

Across all areas at Marnin we are creating calming soothing spaces. The Legal Unit is now surrounded by plants and comfy chairs so while someone may be waiting to see our Lawyer they can relax in the chair and take some time to have a cuppa and sink into the cushions.
  • Sue Thomas
Studio Artists passing knowledge on and building up their skills

Studio Artists passing knowledge on and building up their skills

Workshops , the Marnin studio women are teaching skills to each other. Nita Williams has been teaching women the weaving skills she has perfected. Sophie Thomas has been working hard to develop her skills.
  • Sue Thomas
Marurra U team visit Yiyili Community School

Marurra U team visit Yiyili Community School

The Marurra U team visited Yiyili Aboriginal Community School to strengthen our connection, meet the teachers, Aboriginal educators and children to discuss plans for 2022 and 2023. We always love our visits to communities they remind us of the importance of catering to the different needs in different communities. Being responsive to the schools, communities and families helps make sure we show people what good can look like, As our CEO Emily Carter always says ..
  • Sue Thomas
Garden to Plate

Garden to Plate

The “Garden-To-Plate” project provides the children, Educators, and families at Baya Gawiy Buga Yani Jandu yani u programs access to a kitchen garden program for early childhood.
  • Sue Thomas