Kay Dundas is the Walla Mulla's worker responsible for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Family and Community Support. Kay is a proud Kamilaroi woman who wishes to acknowledge the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of this land on which she works. She also pays her respects to the Elders past, present and future, and extends her respects to all Indigenous peoples.
Kay prodives a wide range of services and support programes which are culturally appropriate and sensitive to the needs of the vibrant and diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities living in Woolloomooloo and its surrounding areas, including;
    • Training Courses
    • Support Groups
    • Community events
    • Individual Support
There are numerous programs throughout the year so please check this page for updates.
Kay is also responsible for co-ordinating Woolloomooloo's NAIDOC Week Festival.

If you are interested in supporting this large inner city community festival, through sponsorship, donations, or by volunteering, or wish to be a stall holder (food, general community stalls and for organisations wishing to promote their services to the wider community), please contact Kay Dundas on 0403 355 520