Aboriginal Health

Our Local Aboriginal Health Partnership

The Campaspe Aboriginal Health Partnership Group is centred on a shared goal of self-determination and respect for the local Aboriginal Community.

Informed by the themes of social inclusion, and, freedom from discrimination, while respecting family and community connections, and connection to culture and country, the Partnership Group works in an action-oriented way to address the agreed priorities.



The Njernda Model - Case Study Aboriginal Health Partnership Group ( November 2017 )

The purpose of the Njernda Partnership Model is to support a partnership approach that aims to improve the health status of local Aboriginal people in the Campaspe and Murray areas. The Partnership is chaired by Njernda Aboriginal Corporation, and convened by Campaspe Primary Care Partnership.

The Partnership consists of 17 health and community service organisations, and has an additional four action-oriented working groups.The Njernda Partnership Model is an exemplar of a cross-cultural partnership group.

Get the full document "Njernda Model - Case Study Aboriginal Health Partnership Group" / PDF /


Early Years Directory

This directory has been prepared by the Aboriginal Health Partnership Group – child and Maternal health working group. It includes service contact details and service descriptions for the Echuca Moama area to support parents and families to know what services are available in their local area.
Get this Directory / PDF /


Aboriginal Population Health and Wellbeing

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Population Health and Wellbeing profile, May 2021 / PDF /


Njernda Dementia Project: