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Suite 20/1 Reliance Drive uggerah NSW 2259 New South Wales 2259
Bungree Aboriginal Association
WHO ARE WE?
The Bungree Aboriginal Association Inc is a Central Coast (Gosford City & Wyong shire Council Area) Aboriginal Community based organisation, which provides a wide range of services to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people residing on the Central Coast.
The Purpose of Bungree Aboriginal Association Inc and its programs is to:
maintain the frail aged, younger disabled and people with a disability, who are at risk of premature institutionalisation, in their own homes
provide secure, affordable and appropriate accommodation for Australian and Torres Strait Islander people with diverse and complex needs within the Gosford and Wyong Shire and surrounding areas
“Cultivating our Community – by embracing our culture with a commitment to continuous improvement through innovative programs and excellence in service delivery”
OUR PROGRAMS & SERVICES
Aboriginal Housing Program
Respite Care Program
Community Transport Program
Community Options Program
Intensive Family Based Service
Specialist Homelessness Services
Community Aged Care Packages
Social Support Program
Bungree goes beyond providing quality services, we are also doing our best to make a difference for our employees and everyone our business affects. We care as much about how results are achieved as we do about the results themselves.
Bungree operates on the Central Coast of New South Wales. Currently over 300,000 people live in the area which is located between Newcastle and Sydney, covering 81 kilometres of coastline and 1,854 square kilometres of land.
More than half the region is national parks, bushland, open space and aquatic environments. It is the traditional land of the Darkinjung, Garingai and Awabakal people.
After strong signs of recovery from the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) in late 2009 and early 2010, economic activity in the Central Coast has slowed and key indicators such as participation and employment rates have weakened.