Helpful Links

 Indigenous

Central Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Child Care Agency

  • Central Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Child Care Agency (CQAICCA) provides a recognised entity service under the Qld Child Protection Act 1999. Our organisation also provides alternative care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people who have entered the child protection system and foster carers providing out of home care.

  • CQAICCA services Rockhampton, Mount Morgan, Woorabinda, the Capricorn Coast and provides outreach services to Child Safety Service Centres in Gladstone, Emerald and beyond to other areas throughout Central Queensland.

Darumbal Community Youth Services, Rockhampton


General

ABC Indigenous News

ABC News Australia

  • National and World news, sport and weather.

  • Also has technology, entertainment, travel news and reviews.

 Barcaldine Regional Council

  • Welcome to the Barcaldine Regional Council

 Bureau of Meteorology

Tourism Queensland (part of the Queensland Government)

  • Tourism Queensland is a statutory body of the Queensland Government


 Education
Barcaldine State School

  • Barcaldine State School strives to provide a supportive environment for students from Preparatory Year to Year 12, wherein the school and community work together to cater for the individual and encourage the pursuit of excellence in all endeavours

Central Queensland University

Cherbourg State School

  • Cherbourg State School’s motto is "STRONG AND SMART" and we have demonstrated it many times throughout the year.

  • "EVERY CHILD IN EVERY CLASSROOM EVERY DAY LEARNING AND ACHIEVING"

Nulloo Yumbah at Central Queensland University

  • Nulloo Yumbah at Central Queensland University

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit at the University of Queensland

  • The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit at the University of Queensland

The Stronger Smarter Institute at the Queensland University of Technology

  • The Stronger Smarter Institute is part of the Education Faculty of the Queensland University of Technology’s Caboolture campus. The Institute is an innovative partnership between Education Queensland and QUTis committed to changing the tide of low expectations in Indigenous Education.

  • Our Staff come from a range of backgrounds including education, media and business - all sharing the belief that it is possible to turn the tide and deliver high-quality education right across Australia – from the remotest areas to the inner cities and regional communities.

  • Our motto is “Stronger and Smarter” – strong in our hearts, proud of our identity, solid in our community – and smart in the way we do things, focussed on high achievement, determined to succeed.


Our Partners

Central West Aboriginal Corporation is in partnership with a number of key organisations and corporations which generously support the work of the CWAC in furthering our programs and objectives.

Department of Education and Training Queensland

  • Department of Education and Training engages Queenslanders in life-long education and training designed to enrich the lives of Queenslanders.

Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations of the Australian Government

  • The Australian Government's Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations is committed to an education system that pursues excellence for all Australian schools and where every child receives the highest quality education.

Rio Tinto Corporation

  • Rio Tinto and the Australian Commonwealth Department of Employment and Workplace Relatons (DEWR) have been working together to increase the employment of Indigenous people at Rio Tinto's operations and in related enterprises.

  • Rio Tinto was one of the first to private sector organisations to support the Australian Government's National Indigenous Cadetship Project (NICP). The NICP is administered by the Indigenous Employment Branch of the DEWR

The Queensland Govt Department of Communities

  • The Queensland Govt Department of Communities 'Closing the Gap' programme is about making sure Queensland's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have the same advantages in health, education, employment and social justice as all Queenslanders

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