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Geelong Indigenous Women's Hub

The Killara Geelong/Djilang Indigenous Women's Hub is a safe space for Community sisters to gather, seek assistance and grow holistically. 

Facilitated by Coordinator Kylie Skew, a proud Palawa and Wurundjeri woman, the Hub's aim is to increase workforce participation and holistic wellness for Indigenous women by removing barriers, building resilience and independence, and connecting to Culture.  

Removing Barriers.

Building Resilience & Independence.

Having only been operational since 2022, the Killara Indigenous Women's Hub in Djilang (Geelong) is already doing amazing things for Community women throughout the region.

  • Food security 

  • Assistance with family reunification

  • Further education and meaningful work placements  

  • Cultural workshops 

  • Mental health assistance 

  • One off item help

  • DV safe phone pick up 

  • Documentation and appointment help 

  • & much more!!!

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Importance of Cultural Connection

Having a strong cultural identity and knowledge helps young Indigenous Australians to make positive social connections and feel a sense of belonging with people in their family and Community (Renshaw, 2019).

In turn, this promotes resilience, enhances self- esteem, and protects from poor mental health, offering opportunities for living life to full potential (Dudgeon & Walker, 2010).

Killara understands the importance of deepening connections to Culture, and fostering the holistic wellbeing of staff and people who engage in our programs and services.

Key Supporters of the Hub!
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83A Purnell, Bacchus Marsh Rd, Corio VIC 3214




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