Murawin’s purpose is to create impact by breaking cycles of disadvantage and amplifying initiatives that contribute to improved futures for Indigenous Australians and other  marginalised groups.

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Our core service streams

Indigenous Voice

Research & Evaluation

We work with clients across government, corporates, and the non-profit sector to conduct culturally responsive, Indigenous-led research, measure socio-cultural/gender impact, design policies/services within an Indigenous context, and evaluate policies, programs and outcomes.

Connecting with Country

Place Strategy

We work with clients across infrastructural, architectural, and ecological sectors to embed Connecting with Country Place Strategy into projects. We ensure that Indigenous views are incorporated into infrastructure and planning from inception, through implementation, and creates ways to connect with Country into the future.


Social Impact & Engagement

We work with clients from government and the private sector to design, deliver and facilitate culturally appropriate community engagement and facilitation, RAPs, cultural advice, education, and workshops, leadership development, and women’s business development.

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Latest news

NSW Treasury releases First Nations Women’s Economic Participation Review: Pathways to Prosperity  

by | Feb 9, 2024 | Blog | 0 Comments

In August the NSW Treasury released the First Nations Women’s Economic Participation Review: Pathways to Prosperity. As a First Nation’s and female co-founded and led...

Murawin CEO Carol Vale announced as a member of the NSW Regional Development Advisory Council.

by | Jan 9, 2024 | Blog | 0 Comments

We are delighted that Murawin’s CEO Carol Vale, Dunghutti woman with connections to Gumbaynggirr and Anaiwan peoples, has been appointed as a Member of the Regional...

A year of change – reflections from Murawin CEO Carol Vale 

by | Dec 19, 2023 | Blog | 0 Comments

Marrung barrang (good morning)As the year comes to a close, we at Murawin have a great deal to reflect on.  2023 has been the most challenging year we have had, both...