Ngaliya – We All Together 

Ngaliya is our new Cultural Connections program by the Indigenous Justice Program at RYSS. 

It focuses on bringing at-risk Indigenous young people aged 16 - 18 together for weekly activities and workshops to connect and engage with their culture and community. 

Ngaliya is 7 week program running at our Yarning Circle and youth facility, Wyoming Youth Skills Centre. 

Including a range of practical supports: 

  • Get Job Ready – Resumes, interview prep & mock interviews
  • Domestic and Family Violence Supports 
  • Healthy Living
  • Preparing for passing L & P’s Drivers Tests     
  • Drug and Alcohol Education 

As well as heaps of fun activities including: 

  • Sister Speak and Art workshops for Indigenous Females
  • Didge Workshops for Indigenous males
  • Bush Tucker Garden
  • NRL fun day – with Indigenous NRL Star guest speaker 
  • BBQ lunches Every Session
  • Basketball, pool, video games & more

Ngaliya – We All Together

Wyoming Youth Skills Centre

9 Warrawilla Rd, Wyoming, NSW 2250

16 – 18-year-old Indigenous young people. 

7 weeks | 1pm – 3pm (2hrs)

Starting 13th August 2020

To download a printable information flyer, please click the button below

Spaces are limited so if Ngaliya is of interest to you or someone you know please

contact our Cultural Linking Worker to register your interest


Mitch Markham  - Cultural Linking Worker

[email protected]

Ph. 4323 2374

Alternatively you can use the button below to enquire about this program using our contact form