MARANGUKA COMMUNITY HUB
Maranguka, meaning ‘caring for others’ in Ngemba language is a community hub that works alongside the people of Bourke.
Maranguka is a grassroots tool for all our people to shape and determine our future. It is a vehicle to empowerment, self-determination, co-design and flexible service delivery.
We need the right mix of services delivered at the right times to stop our people from falling between the gaps.
As a community we need to be empowered to take greater self-responsibility in coordinating services and caring for our own. Maranguka is our way of doing community business and development.
By building Maranguka, our people are taking control of our own future. Government, Bourke Shire Council, NGOs and others are supporting and working with us and the community to ensure we have a say in managing better service options.
We want to work closely together to ensure all our people have the best outcomes and opportunities.
Opening hours :
Monday – Friday
9am – 5pm
Maranguka acknowledges and pays respect to all of the Aboriginal people and families living in, and associated with our Bourke community.