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Deadlee Maardars

 

Description

Deadlee Maardars provides culturally appropriate programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people aged 10 to12 years living in the Moreton Bay Regional Council districts in Queensland. Areas include:

The program focuses on developing strong leadership skills for young people while encouraging continued engagement in education. The activities work towards promoting strong social and leadership skills and focus around the themes of trust, respect and boundaries.
Activities include fishing, surfing, hiking and cultural experiences. Each activity is well supported by Elders of the community and is based around culturally sensitive practices and connectedness.

Abstract adapted from Deadlee Maardars Association

Contacts

Mr Gene Blow
2A Arthur Street
Woody Point Qld 4019
Ph: (07) 3328 9696
Fax: (07) 3328 9988
Email: deadleemaardars@live.com.au

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Last updated: 12 April 2017
 
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