About us


The lands on which Cummeragunja is situated are the sovereign lands of the Yorta Yorta Nation, with the majority of Aboriginal people who live on Cummeragunja being descendants of the original ancestors.

Traditional lands and waters straddle the Dhungulla / Murray River with the communities of Cummeragunja and Barmah being at its heart.


A Brief History

Cummeragunja had long been a place of great importance to Aboriginal People, and has been occupied since time immemorial, thousands of years before the occupation by the English Crown. There are many places of great significance and importance to the Yorta Yorta People with Cummeragunja being regarded as one of those places of significance.


Our Purpose

Our Vision

Our Values

Our Key Priority Areas

To provide a holistic approach to the health and wellbeing of the Cummeragunja Community through the delivery of targeted programs and services which are culturally sensitive, respectful and inclusive.

An empowered and supported Aboriginal people of Cummeragunja, who promote a vibrant culture that is physically, spiritually and socially healthy and strong.

  • Community control
  • Cultural safety
  • Family focused
  • Leadership
  • Resilience
  • Respect
  • Self determination
  • Trust
  • Health
  • Community development
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Housing


Thank you to our funding bodies.

CHADAC receives funding from various Government and non-Government agencies and we kindly acknowledge and thank them for their contribution and ongoing support.