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Bamara hosted the official opening today of their new Disability Support Services Hub in Dubbo, a dedicated space for NDIS participants to access support and services.
As people arrived, they were greeted by a Smoking Ceremony and a Welcome to Country from Traditional Aboriginal Owners. David Liddiard OAM, owner of Bamara and former NRL player, cut the ribbon to officially open the hub. It was a moment of great pride and joy for everyone involved.
The new hub was designed to provide a homely and social environment for partcipants to improve their skills and live more independently. It offers a range of personalised activities, including arts, crafts, and cooking.
The community came together to celebrate this momentous occasion, with friends, families, and community partners in attendance. Everyone was thrilled to see the new hub and learn more about its services.
Bamara’s Disability Support Services Hub operates Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm at:
2/2-4 Commercial Avenue, Dubbo (Located in Blueridge Business Park)
For those who need support and services from NDIS participants or are looking at accessing an NDIS plan for themselves or family members, contact Bamara’s team on 1300 012 476 or learn more about our Disability Support Services here.