Our Vision is to embrace sustainability of our Noongar Culture to improve the wellness of our people.
Our focus areas
We wished to make a lasting positive change for our people, by developing and delivering cultural programs and pathways to relieve distress and provide self-empowerment. Drawing from our Ancient cultural practices and protocols on country to inform cultural therapeutic methods, from back to country, caring for country and yarning as healing alongside respecting the authority of Community Elders.
Noongar Cultural and Environmental sustainability is the responsibility to conserve natural ancient resources and protect local ecosystems to support health and wellbeing of all local people, now and in the future.
Through Nyitting NatureScape @ Gidgegannup As One Nyitting's business objective is for each visitor to country to create or reconnect with their Cultural Journey of belonging, meaning and purpose, ensuring the benefits of country can be shared for many more generation.
“home-country, our boodja, our land.
Through the songs of our ancestors, with one voice we stand,
Ancient spirit from the Nyitting, moving with the sand.
In the wind through the trees, to the rivers, renewed by the ocean, to bring a wave of change." asonenyitting
YOUTH DREAMING PRogram
Inviting school students to country to connect with local Noongar Culture
Youth Employment Program
Creating a sense of purpose through meaningful employment opportunities.
Nyitting wellness Program
Creating your wellness tools through connecting to country, individual & group support
What do we support?
As the Family Service of Choice for Cultural Wellbeing and Noongar Cultural Pathways, As One Nyitting continues to support youth, families, Elders and general community across the Wheatbelt and Perth Metro.
8 years of
inspired by Noongar Ancient Culture
2014 - Robert & Zoe Davis developed Koorlangka Dreaming Program for First Nation Youth
400 First Nation youth completed Koorlangka Dreaming Program
50 youth attended Nyitting On-Country Camps
30 Kadadjin Boodja Bidi program created to empower youth to achieve through caring for country. Support by Muresk Institute CEO Prue Jenkins
Nyitting Wellness program successful service delivery across Perth Metro and further expansion across the Wheatbelt region. Supporting 200 families per year as an alternative program to mainstream wellness
Connection to Traditional Culture Framework, supporting children to connect/reconnect with family, country and culture as an alternative program to child removal.
Acquired sacred Gidgegannup property to build Wellness Hub, Cabins and Bush Ranger R&D Centre