Moongoong Shelter

Open from 4pm to 8am 5 days a week

This program offers intoxicated people a safe place to sleep the night. Clients receive two light meals, showers, clothes laundered and are given a bed to sleep. We work with the Ord Valley Aboriginal Health Services to offer a monthly clinic for clients where they also have access to counselling.

Miriwoong community patrol

Available nightly from 4pm to 11pm

The Miriwoong Community Patrol is a night patrol service that collects intoxicated people, and those at risk of harm, from around the area. These clients are taken home, to a safe location or to the shelter for the night.

The Patrol has an amazing crew who care for the welfare of their clients every night. It is also available to support some community events outside of the normal working hours with enough notice.


We help deliver the Thrive program to the Kununurra area. The Department of Housing refer clients to the program for help with their tenancy. Thrive Outreach Workers educate the tenant about cleaning and maintenance to keep it up to Housing’s standard.

Suicide prevention

In partnership with KAMS, this program identifies a range of practical, place-based approaches to prevent and reduce the impacts of self-harm and suicidal behaviours for Aboriginal people and communities in the Kununurra region.

Back to Country healing

Back to Country healing trips are organised for all ages and are an important feature of our service.

Our programs incorporate healing, cultural activities and Elders who pass on skills and yarning stories.

We aim to:

  • bring people together
  • build cultural identity
  • link participants back to culture
  • create a strong sense of community
  • develop a sense of ownership, pride and identity.  

NDIS Remote Community Connector program

The NDIS RCC program is responsible for helping anyone and everyone in the Kununurra area to access, register, and get the best possible service from their NDIS packages.