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Yarrabah Housing Project

Category: Policy/Strategy
Date: 1 January 2001
Sub Category:Policy/Strategy
State/Country:Queensland, Australia
Yarrabah is located 37 kilometres south of Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
Subject Matter: | Health and Community Services
Summary Information:
The Yarrabah Housing Project is part of ATSIC's National Aboriginal Health Strategy (NAHS). The Project aims to improve health and housing for residents.

Under the Project, four new houses and six serviced lots have been created for the community of Yarrabah. Another 18 bedrooms have also been provided through renovations, which were designed following consultations between the architect and residents.

The renovations were completed at a cost of $1.693 million. Further construction is planned.

Related Entries

  • Yarrabah Primary Health Care Centre ILUA
  • Organisation
  • Yarrabah Community Council
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC)
  • People
  • Yarrabah Indigenous Community
  • Policy/Strategy
  • National Aboriginal Health Strategy
  • Community Housing and Infrastructure Program

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