September School Holidays

This September school holidays GEGAC is hosting two days of free activities on Tuesday, Sept. 19 and Wednesday, Sept. 20.

These activities are for primary school aged and high school aged children from community.

More info, and registration, at

Infrastructure Masterplan Community Meeting

Wednesday, October 4.

All the info is at

Welcome Boorai to Country Ceremony

We are currently taking Expressions of Interest for a Welcome Boorai to Country Ceremony for all Boorais that have never participated in this Cultural ceremony previously.

(This does not include Babies born from July 1, 2023 – June 30, 2024.)

We are currently just gathering numbers at this point, no dates of ceremony have been decided.

Register your Expression of Interest by completing the form below, or by filling in the paper form which you’ll find at Boorai Supported Play Group or Dala Yooro Kinder.

Welcome Boorai to Country

Deadly Yarns Program

Every Wednesday – healthy and fun activities for families and their Boorai.

Walking groups, light exercise sessions and cooking classes for how to feed a family on a budget.

This Wednesday, July 12, meet at the Howitt Park Oval for a walk along the Rail Trail!

Register below or call GEGAC’s Tamasin Rankin on 0439 206 117.

Interested in the Deadly Yarns Program?