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Frequently asked questions

Below are some frequently asked questions that should give you some insight into how the project will be achieved.

The Munarra Regional Centre for Excellence is Aboriginal-led, inspirational and pioneering. It builds on the courage and work of our Elders to create a shared future in which Aboriginal people prosper, by making learning, Aboriginal knowledge and the celebration of culture central to everything it does.

Munarra will create economic opportunities and career pathways for Aboriginal people through sports, health education and research and the celebration of learning, community and culture.

Construction has begun, with the design informed by community consultation undertaken in 2019 – 2020.

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Community input is critical to the success of Munarra and will continue as we transition to operations.

Education, career and business opportunities will be published on our website as they become available.

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Munarra undertook extensive consultation sessions with community, students and the Goulburn Murray region over 2019 – 2020. These activities have informed the design, pedagogy and operating philosophy for Munarra.

ASHE is The Academy of Sport Health and Education.

You can find out more here.

RFNC is the Rumbalara Football Netball Club.

You can find out more here.

We undertook community consultation during 2019 – 2020, to help us understand what was important for the community. 

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The current partners on this project are:

  • Rumbalara Football Netball Club
  • Kaiela Institute
  • University of Melbourne
  • Victorian Government
  • Greater Shepparton City Council
  • GoTAFE

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