Up coming events.

Water Diversion Project
June-July 2018

Newcrest School Holiday Program
2nd July-9th July 2018

Newcrest Footy Carnival Week
9th July 2018

Find out more about our Art Gallery

What is available in the area for accommodation

VKS-737 Radio network
The VKS-737 Radio Network is a Public Benevolent Institution (Established 1993). Committed staff and volunteers, provide information and support for Australia's remote travellers on land, at sea, or in the air.

VKS-737 Radio network
Be a part of the biggest 4WD, Camping, Caravaning Boating and Trip Planning Website in Australia

VKS-737 Radio network
The Canning Stock Route runs through 4 determined native title areas - Tjurabalan, Ngurrara, Martu and Birriliburu - and through the area around Wiluna.

Project-Funding Acknowledgements

THE BARREL TRAIN -

include link to Facebook. indigenous.gov.au's video,Closing The Gap 2018-Case Study: Barrelling Towards A SOLID EDUCATION

Our community barrel train was built in 2017 by local community members and volunteers Donald and Graham who came all the way from Victoria.

Punmu Community Co ordinator John R came up with the idea after seeing something similar at a field day in Perth and thought that would be a fun way to get the kids to school in Punmu. Click on the link to see "The Barrel Express" in action.

FUNDING : Mental Health Commission/Youth Punmu Community

PUNMU YOUTH CENTRE

On a very limited budget in 2016 Youth Engagement Officer Diane and the Punmu youth created a youth centre.Using a donated sea container & recycled building pieces from around the community. Our reliable volunteers Donald & Graham came up to help us build it.They worked their magic and presented us with a funky meeting place at a budget price.

A grant also furnished the inside.Thanks to our painting team Awesome Arts,Ranger Bridget & Mr Chris

FUNDING: Mental Health Commission/Youth WA Police Crime Prevention Fund

PUNMU COMMUNITY/WORLD VISION PLAYGROUP CENTRE

Punmu playgroup had humble beginnings in the community starting at the local hall.
When each playgroup session was finished the toys etc were packed away in storage
until the next visit from World Vision when they returned from Newman.

In 2016 a large donga was purchased and renovated for the playgroup.It now has a home
and outdoor play area.

Towards the end of 2017 the outside of the donga was given a paint job and mural art
by community members,Gemma and local artist Jason Tinker.

The new playgroup centre welcomes Mums,Dads,children and visiting parents/children to come along
and enjoy the facilities the centre has to offer.

FUNDING:
Punmu Community
World Vision-Newman