The Yindyamarra Aboriginal Services is a registered business that was Auspiced by Life Beyond Barriers Inc, under the Charity regulation Act (ACNC) . 

Life Beyond Barriers Inc approached a group in August 2020 to offer support to their community for Rural NSW and supported them in Dec 2020 and the following year in 2021 with Christmas presents. In August 2021 the board of Life Beyond Barriers Inc assisted with the business model to assist the foundation for the community and its future.

Yindyamarra Aboriginal Services is operated by Traditional Owner Aunty Rhonda Towney from Peak Hill, as the Area Operations Co-Ordinator, with her son David Towney. The service is a registered business and is NOT a Charity service, hence why being Auspiced by LBB. 

The service is run on a volunteer model that was created by LBB Chairperson in consultation with Aunty Rhonda Towney to create more support for the rural Communities over the Covid period and has continued to grow with the support of the communities. 

Aunty Rhonda Towney identified the lack of service delivery within the Aboriginal Communities and the importance of overcoming the Gap.  With the assistance of Volunteers, her son- David Towney, and key partners ( Life Beyond Barriers inc, Second Bite, Foodbank, and PCYC- NSW Police)  it has supported the community every week with food, meals, essential items, Clothing, and the Bush Christmas and Winter Appeal.

Aunty Rhonda Towney and her Volunteer team have continued to work tirelessly every week to cater to over 200 families in Peak Hill, Dubbo, Wellington, Condo, Broken Hill, and Walgett communities by the support of the founding charity - Life Bryond Barriers Inc. 

Life Beyond Barriers Inc Board of Directors had to discontinue the Auspicing of the Yindyamarra Aboriginal Service from Feb 10th, 202. Unfortunately, because of the inability for it to be supported further by our funding bodies and lack of resources to support their service further, assisting with funding applications, and building a stronger and supported community from partners in Sydney NSW.

Our Hearts will always be with looking for further funding to 

support Rural Aboriginal communities.  

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Bush Christmas 2021- 23rd Dec

Yindyamarra Aboriginal Services

Annual Report 2020 link ( PDF File) 

The start of Hampers and helping each other for the community. - BUSH CHRISTMAS 2021

Photo's and Report of the Event  2021

Bush Christmas 2020 - Review 

"Breaking Down Barriers and Turning them into New Pathways".

Improving  Health  And Wellbeing 

David Towney (Croc)

Photo's and Report of the Event 2020

Annual Report 2021 link ( PDF File) - To Be Added in Feb 2022

 Call:   02 4647 9243

Traditional Owner/ Elder - Aunty Rhonda Towney