Maranguka is a grassroots vision for improving outcomes and creating better coordinated support for vulnerable families and children through the true empowerment of the local Aboriginal community.
Maranguka is the Aboriginal community of Bourke taking control of our own future. Maranguka helps our people and families with day-to-day matters requiring support and assistance.
Maranguka is different to standard partnership models, adopting a collective impact framework which changes the way government, NGOs and community members provides services to the community.
Bourke Tribal Council is the overarching community governance body representing the 24 clan and family groups of the Aboriginal community of Bourke.
The aim of the Bourke Tribal Council is to bring together all the interests and strengths of all the different Tribes and families that make up the community of Bourke, and who proudly call Bourke their home.
As well as the Maranguka Backbone Team the Maranguka Community Hub houses a range of services for our community.
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.