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337-351 River Street
New South Wales

Booroongen Djugun Aboriginal Corporation

Our History

Booroongen Djugun Aboriginal Corporation (BDAC).

It was 1988 when Gary Morris and Val March first crossed paths. Newly arrived in Kempsey, Val was volunteering at the local youth centre where Gary was working.

By June 1988, Val was manager of Home Care NSW, but was concerned the organisation was not meeting the needs of Aboriginal members of the community.  Val approached Gary for assistance. Thus began a working relationship that has endured for the past 20 years and enabled the establishment of Booroongen Djugun Aboriginal Corporation.

In 1989 Gary Morris and Val March, along with other health and welfare workers, called a public meeting to discuss the development of an Aboriginal Aged Care Facility.

The idea for the design of the aged care facility came from the views and opinions held by the Elders.  For the Elders, the totems of fire, water, earth, and sun were seen as having strong ties to traditional life.  To meet their needs, extensive consultation has taken place at a grass roots level.  This has allowed an aged care facility to be developed that reflects the spiritual feelings connected with the traditions and customs of Aboriginal people.


  • Assessment and case management
  • Australian Disability Enterprise
  • Community access/Social participation
  • Day centre/Drop-in centre
  • Policy and advocacy
  • Residential care home
  • Respite and support

  • Complex support

  • Aboriginal Support Worker
  • Finance Manager
  • Frontline Professional
  • Frontline Support
  • Grounds and Maintenance
  • Manager/Supervisor
  • Residential Support Worker
  • Social Educator
  • Transport and Facilities
  • Transport Coordinator