Derrimut Weelam Gathering Place

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
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The Derrimut Weelam Gathering Place was established in 2017 for Kingston's Aboriginal community to gather, meet and celebrate its rich, historic culture.

An Aboriginal Gathering Place is a culturally safe environment for Aboriginal people to gather, meet and to establish a connection to each other and local culture. This space provides an opportunity for the development of community led and driven cultural programs which will enhance cultural identity, social inclusion and improved health and wellbeing.

The purpose of the Derrimut Weelam Gathering Place is:

  • To provide a space for the Kingston Koorie Mob to meet, and to learn about and celebrate their cultural heritage. The space will offer the Kingston Koorie Mob a sense of belonging and community, and provide respect for their identity and culture;
  • To be a place of welcome for Aboriginal community members where they can connect, learn skills, learn from Aboriginal Elders and Traditional Owners, share cultural heritage and hear about local cultural history. It will be a space for creating dialogue and education around health and wellbeing for all ages of Aboriginal participants to close the gap in health, educational and economic outcomes between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people; and
  • To be a resource for the broader Kingston community to learn about Aboriginal culture, to promote Aboriginal cultural heritage and to strengthen community connections and connections to Traditional Owners. 

Location

Derrimut Weelan Gathering Place (co-located with Mordialloc Life Saving Club), 199 Beach Rd, Mordialloc 3195 View Map

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Accessibility

Continuous, even and accessible path of travelAccessible parkingAccessible toilets Accessible car parking spaces 1
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