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Join us for a celebration of the Aboriginal Housing Company’s 50th birthday and the official completion of the Pemulwuy Project! The day will be a great occasion for the community, starting with an official ribbon-cutting and flag-raising ceremony to open the Pemulwuy Business Hub on the corner of Lawson and Eveleigh St. After the official proceedings in the morning, plenty of fun things will be happening in the afternoon for everyone to enjoy. Come join us outside the Redfern Community Centre for live music and performances from local Indigenous artists. Everyone is welcome.
We’re excited to be opening our brand-new art gallery. Everyone is welcome to visit and enjoy the exhibition on display. Join us for a celebration of the Aboriginal Housing Company’s 50th birthday and the official completion of the Pemulwuy Project! Make sure to save this event to your calendar and share it with your friends. We look forward to seeing you there!
Take a stroll through Hyde Park North to experience food, song, art, dance, and stories in the heart of the city. A celebratory program of talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. Celebrate prolific storytellers and contemporary music artists from all genres, hailing from many nations. Learn more about ancient song lines, their enduring survival, and their inherent connection to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Fig Tree Markets. Buy local and authentic art, craft, and produce from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses. Stalls are throughout Hyde Park North. Performance details and the full event schedule will be available soon. This event is a part of NAIDOC week celebrations.
Hey everyone, please note there are some changes to our June class timetable. These will start from Monday 5th June! 📌 Liam’s HIIT class goes to Monday night at 6pm 📌 Liam’s boxercise goes to Tuesday morning at 6:30am 📌Open sparring sessions are locked in for Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings. Please stay up to date with any changes via our Instagram page
The Aboriginal Housing Company Limited are excited to host the below opportunities with our partner Scape Australia.
The AHC and our board are very excited to announce that the “PEMULWUY PROJECT” won the 2021 URBAN TASKFORCE AUSTRALIA award for urban renewal development.
In the lead up to Reconciliation Week, Aboriginal Housing Company (AHC) CEO Michael Mundine and General Manager Lani Tuitavake took Karine Shellshear on a tour of the student housing, named in honour of her late husband, which has underwritten the financing of the Pemulwuy Project.
The“Welcome to The Block” mural on Eveleigh Street has been renewed and looks great as part of the Pemulwuy development.
Gadigal man Gary Ward – better known locally as “Gaz” – commenced his job as the Pemulwuy Project’s Building Manager in December 2020.
As we near completion of our affordable housing, landscaping and civil works teams have been busy installing new roads, paving and gardens.
Our affordable housing is nearing completion – providing people with a great opportunity to live in a wonderful inner-city location. Redfern offers you everything you need right at your doorstep – train station, schools, cafes, restaurants, shops, local services, parks, community, and easy access to the city, universities, and TAFE.
Our gym manager Alex Tui and Uncle Micky were on site at the new Elouera Tony Mundine Gym last week with a photographer. Alex uploaded a number of photos on social media afterwards and was happy to report that there was a great buzz and excitement among former gym members when they saw the bare bones of the new gym.
While the majority of the country has been working at home during the Covid-19 lockdown, the construction industry has been able to continue with a few adjustments to allow for safe environments for workers.
Construction commenced on the Aboriginal Housing Company’s (AHC) Pemulwuy Project in March. The AHC team was excited to see two large cranes erected on site in July. The workers put the cranes together like a giant meccano set, and carefully maneuvered the pieces into place.
The Aboriginal Housing Company was founded due to the lack of appropriate and affordable housing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The very first board meeting was held at the registered office at 57 Louis Street, Redfern on 25 July, 1973, the same day as the AHC’s Certificate of Incorporation of Public Company was issued by the Corporate Affairs Commission.
Sydney 26 March 2019: Today we were proud and honoured to hold our ‘Turning of the Soil’ Ceremony for the Pemulwuy Project, Redfern, to signify the commencement of construction on the land, formerly known as “The Block”. Located between Louis Street and the Railway Corridor opposite Redfern train station, the Pemulwuy Project will see the redevelopment of the land into three precincts.