Based in Gunnedah, we operate across the New England, North West and Western regions of New South Wales delivering services for Indigenous clients.
Gunida Gunyah was officially established in 1996 by a group of local Aboriginal leaders who wanted to set up an organisation for Aboriginal people living in and around Gunnedah.
Right from the beginning, we have always believed that access to secure and affordable housing is a significant priority for Aboriginal people. For many years, our core operating focus was providing management services for our housing portfolio that includes own properties, subleased properties, AHO owned properties and other social housing dwellings.
As the custodian of the homes of many Aboriginal families, we now understand that our work is much more than simply managing houses. That is why we offer a range of responsive services including supported tenancies, case management, client transport, community programs and information and referrals, to continue to meet the needs of our tenants, clients and the wider community.
Located on the outskirts of Gunnedah below the iconic “Pensioners Hill” on Farrar Road, Gunida Gunyah is easily recognised by its distinctive signage nestled among manufacturing and trade businesses in the Warranuna Industrial estate.
We acknowledge and respect the traditional lands of all aboriginal people. We respect Elders past and present. We ask all those that walk, work and live on traditional Aboriginal lands to be respectful of culture and traditions.
Visitors to our website are advised that our website may contain images and/or voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have died.