In 2015, the NSW Government committed $20 million to establish an Aboriginal Centre for Excellence in Western Sydney to support one of the
NSW Government’s key aims; to ensure Aboriginal people, their families and communities are at the forefront of economic development in
The project was established under the working title ‘Aboriginal Centre for Excellence’ until December 2018 when it was re-named Kimberwalli,
meaning ‘many stars’ in Darug language.
On 2 November 2020, Kimberwalli entered a new phase with the Department of Education NSW, supporting the centre’s future operations.
To learn more about Kimberwalli and to keep up to date with future programs, visit www.kimberwalli.com.au or
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