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Aboriginal Health

Improving the health of Aboriginal people is our priority.

Our Aboriginal health staff work in the community to support Healthy Eating and Active Living Programs; cancer screening awareness and accessibility; and sexual health and hepatitis B and C prevention and treatment. We also work with Aboriginal young people to improve their health and wellbeing.

Visit Sydney Local Health District Aboriginal Health Unit page to learn more.

Aboriginal Health Community Education, Resources and Programs


Aboriginal Go4Fun

Go4Fun is a free program for NSW children aged 7 to 13 who are above a healthy weight, and their families. Run by trained health and community professionals, it's a fun way to build self-esteem and learn about eating well, staying active and living a healthy life.

Go4Fun takes place during school terms (usually after school), with sessions running once a week for two hours, over a ten-week period.

Aboriginal Go4Fun has been culturally adapted for Aboriginal Children and their families. It is run in partnership with Sydney Local Health District and the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence.

Register your child:

Call 1800 780 900 (free call) or SMS message 0409 745 645 for a call back.

For more information visit the Aboriginal Go4Fun website. 

Bowel Screening

SydneyConnect Video: What is Bowel Screening?
SydneyConnect Video: Featuring community members with a lived experience of bowel cancer or screening.


How to prepare for a colonoscopy.

SydneyConnect Video: Preparing for a Colonoscopy.