Baabayn Aboriginal Corporation

Welcome to Baabayn Aboriginal Corporation, a place founded with love and dedication by esteemed Aboriginal elders from Western Sydney. Our purpose is to create a welcoming environment where individuals and families can find support and connections to services that will help them heal from the past and nurture a strong sense of confidence and pride for the future.

At Baabayn, we place great importance on cultural safety, valuing the significance of welcoming individuals and families with open arms. We offer a safe space where people can freely express their needs and difficulties, knowing they will be heard and supported.

Our roots run deep within the community, and our connections extend both locally and beyond, as we continually strengthen our presence in Western Sydney. As proud Aboriginal elders, we hold a wealth of knowledge about our community, and we work tirelessly to foster a sense of unity and belonging among its members.


Family Gatherings

Tuesdays 10.00am – 2.00pm

Kurung Homework Club

Tuesdays 2.00pm – 4.00pm

Young Mums & Bubs

Wednesdays 10.00am – 2.00pm

Speak Up Sis

‘Our main purpose is to support our people in healing from the past and building towards the future.’


Mt Druitt Says No To Ice

Sorry Day

Christmas Events

Naidoc Celebrations

Getup standup
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Get up, Stand up, Show up
Get up, Stand up, Show up, Baabayn Aboriginal Corporation Naidoc 2021
Baabayn Yarn Up
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Yarn Up
This special Yarn Up is a conversation between the Aunties of Baabayn Aboriginal Corporation, Murama leaders, NSW DPIE and Sydney Olympic Park Authority.
For Our Elders
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The 'FOR OUR ELDERS' student documentary initiative is a culturally sensitive training program underpinned by the GOTO Healing Methodology. It was tailored for CSPD students who collaborated in producing a short documentary centred around the NAIDOC Week theme of "For Our Elders."
say no to ice 2020
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Say No To Ice 2020
Baabayn Aboriginal Corporation - Say No To Ice 2020
GOTO healing
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Healing in Our Community
GOTO Healing - Healing in our community with Baabayn Aboriginal Corporation

Your donations, contribution and volunteerism can truly change our community members’ lives.

Baabayn Aboriginal Corporation

252 Luxford Road, Emerton NSW 2770

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We acknowledge that Baabayn Healing Centre is located on the lands of the Darug Peoples and pay our respects to Darug Elders past, present, and emerging.

We pay our respects to our Elders and community leaders for their past and ongoing commitment to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in Western Sydney.