Gawaymbanha – Welcome!

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land, the Wiradjuri people recognising their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.


About Us

Our Mission & Vision

The mission of Yoorana Gunya is to Provide Aboriginal people with the opportunity to maintain a high standard of health & mental well-being, access to specialist provided in a culturally appropriate manner and to strengthen families and the community through cultural re-connection.

Who We Are

Yoorana Gunya Family Healing Centre Aboriginal Corporation (Yoorana Gunya/YG) is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service. Yoorana Gunya in Wiradjuri means ‘Loving Home.’ Yoorana Gunya is proud to offer high quality medical services, mental health support and allied health to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. 

Yoorana Gunya’s primary health care team is supported by General Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Aboriginal Health Practitioners and visiting allied health including: Dietician, Cardiologist, Gastrologist, Podiatrist, Audiologist and Optometrist. The mental health services YG provides to patients is telehealth Psychology, Psychiatry and there is an onsite Counsellor available. YG provides various programs and evidence-based health promotion activities to the Aboriginal community to improve their physical, social and emotional wellbeing. Support workers are available for Aboriginal people including Family Workers, Social and Emotional Wellbeing Workers (SEWB), Integrated Team Care (ITC) and Family Support.

Yoorana Gunya is committed to ensuring the Aboriginal family kinship unit is spiritually and culturally maintained in a suitable environment that is psychologically and physically healthy and content. YG works holistically with Aboriginal families and individuals to address all issues relating to health and wellbeing, with specialist domestic violence, drug and alcohol, mental health and other services available.


If requiring medical treatment outside of our opening hours, please attend the

Forbes Hospital Emergency Department located on Elgin St.

For Enquiries, please get in touch via phone or email

News & Media

The image in the feature tile is of the Aboriginal Medical Service set up in July 1971 in Redfern to provide free medical support to Aboriginal peoples. It was the first Aboriginal community-run medical service in Australia and took a holistic approach to health care. Credit: National Archives of Australia.