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Acknowledgement of Country


We acknowledge the diverse communities we serve across NSW, the ACT and Albury Wodonga, Victoria and are committed to the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and to closing the gap in health outcomes between non-Indigenous and First Nations people.

Culturally safe

We provide a culturally safe and welcoming service at Tresillian that provides practical support to families from the very beginning of their baby’s life journey!

We promote:

  • Cultural safety and awareness - many Tresillian Centres and Tresillian 2U Mobile Vans have an Aboriginal Health Worker on staff.
  • Strong connections with local Aboriginal communities.
  • Tresillian staff participate in many Aboriginal Promotional Days and including NAIDOC week
Our Tresillian 2U Vans – offer child & family health services to families living in towns around the NSW Mid North Coast, Queanbeyan, Tweed, Bathurst, Inverell and Eurobodalla.

Our Team

Our staff team includes Child and Family Health Nurses, GP’s, Psychologists and Social Workers and in some cases, Aboriginal Health Workers who support local families in aboriginal communities with advocacy, liaison and health promotion. They can help you with advice, on your child and your own emotional wellbeing.


We understand that Aboriginal Health Workers are key to improving the health outcomes of Aboriginal people.  If you’re an indigenous First Nations person, consider joining our team at Tresillian.  APPLY HERE

Reconciliation Action Plan

Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) reflects how we contribute to long-term health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families. 

Download our Reconciliation Action Plan

Download Tresillian's First Nations Service Brochure

Acknowledgement of Country

Tresillian acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People as the First Peoples of Australia.  We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land in the countries on which we live and work in NSW, the ACT and Victoria.  We respect that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People have lived in Australia for over 60,000 years and are recognised as having the oldest living continuous culture in the world, with unique languages and spiritual relationships to the land and sea.  We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past and present and acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in the communities we serve.

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