Gippsland and East Gippsland Aboriginal Co-Operative




Three Fires

The GEGAC cultural camps project (three fires) is part of the Healing Journeys Through Ceremony project. Funding for the project was provided through a submission to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healing Foundation Ltd.


The GEGAC website is presently being revised. To avoid any inconvenience to our community, clients, and any other person in need of our services we advise that GEGAC provides the following services:

Cultural Business
- The Keeping Place houses artefacts recording the culture, history and heritage of the
Gunai/Kurnai people of East Gippsland
- Exhibition open to the public 9-5 Mon to Fri
- Cultural tours and talks can be given on request

Community Services
- Alcohol and Drug Services
- Meerindoo Youth Accommodation Service
- Koori Offenders Support Mentoring Program

Primary Health Care
- Medical Centre
- Dental Surgery
- Booral Childrens'Services
- Elders, HACC & Disability Services

Children Youth and Family Services Unit
- Family Group Home (Residential Care)
- Koori Kare (Out of Home Based Care)
- Aboriginal Best Start
- In Home Support
- Integrated Family Services
- Capacity Building Project
- Aboriginal Family Preservation
- In Home Support and Family Services
- Indigenous Supported Playgroup
- Aboriginal Family Decision Making
- Willaneen Women's Shelter
- Community Services
- Stolen Generation and Social Emotional Program
- Intake and Assessment
- Indigenous SAAP Children’s worker and Indigenous Early Years Partnership

If you need assistance with a Primary Health Care matter ring 51500761

For information about the Keeping Place ring 51500737

If you need assistance with a Community Health or Family Services matter, ring our main switch board on 51500700

GEGAC is loacated at 37-53 Dalmahoy Street, Bairnsdale, Victoria, 3875

Our hours are 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday