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.

What’s on

Voice to Parliament
Tiddas in Business
Two Way Planning, Design and Place Masterclass

Latest news

Murdoch University Flags flying at half mast

Murawin Statement on The Referendum Result

by | Oct 20, 2023 | Blog | 0 Comments

In the devastating wake of last week's referendum result, the resounding 'No' vote against recognising Indigenous Australians as the First Peoples of this land and...

First Nations Business Research Summit

First Nations Business Research Summit 

by | Aug 18, 2023 | First Nations Voice,Social Impact,Thought Leadership | 0 Comments

Thursday this week saw the inaugural First Nations Business Research Summit hosted at the University of Sydney Business School. The summit brings together...

2023 National NAIDOC Week

Celebrating NAIDOC

by | Jul 3, 2023 | Blog,Social Impact | 0 Comments

It is NAIDOC week, from 2-9th of July 2023 and this year’s theme is ‘For Our Elders’.“Across every generation, our Elders have played, and continue to play, an...