Tharawal Aboriginal Housing Corporation – Our Board

187 Riverside Drive, Airds, NSW 2560

Darryl Wright

Darryl Wright

Chairperson

Darryl is currently the CEO of Tharawal. He has worked with Indigenous communities across New South Wales, Victoria and Northern Territory all his life.

Darryl was also awarded the Order of Australia in June 2018 to acknowledge him as an outstanding member of the Macarthur community, the Indigenous community and the broader community.

Darryl has worked as Chief Executive Officer of Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation for 16 years. He has transformed the organisation into a high performing medical and healthcare service unlike any other healthcare service in this country.

Darryl empowers young people in the Aboriginal community, in fact Tharawal works collaboratively with all primary and high schools in the Campbelltown area to provide extensive support to the Indigenous and non-Indigenous children to provide further education.

Darryl is also actively involved in the rehabilitation of Indigenous adolescents incarcerated in the Reiby juvenile detention centre.

Darryl takes great pride in working with Indigenous people, empowering them, making them proud and helping them, and our entire community, to be proud of themselves.

Sean Parker

Sean Parker

Director Hume Representitive

Sean was elected to the Tharawal Housing Aboriginal Corporation Board in September 2019. He is also Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary of Hume Housing, a company providing repairs and maintenance services to Tharawal. Sean is also Chairman of the Board of Gowrie NSW, a leading provider in Early learning.

Sean has over 20 years’ experience in Senior Management, including CFO roles for two publicly listed companies. He has strong finance and risk management skills and recent experience includes Strategy and Business Development responsibilities with a positive impact on stakeholder value. He is experienced in property funds management and was responsible for large scale financing as well as mergers and acquisitions. He was also responsible for acquisition and development of childcare centres as part of a senior management role with a premium childcare provider.

Dylan Croall

Dylan Croall

Director

Dylan has held a position on Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation board for the past 8 years he currently holds the position of Deputy Chair but began his journey as the youth representative Tharawal Housing Aboriginal Corporation is a sister company of Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation. He is a proud Yamaji man from Western Australia.

Dylan is committed to make change and support his community he has completed and participated in volunteer roles such as St Johns Ambulance, the Australian Army Cadets, St Vincent Door knock appeal, World Youth Day 2008 (first aider), Royal Australian Easter Show (first Aider) his has completed over 1,000 hrs of volunteer work.

He began his career in aged care as an AIN he has held roles as an Aboriginal Specialist with Housing NSW, Mental Health Worker with South Sydney Area Health and has more recently moved to Literacy for Life as the Program Manager.

Dylan has completed a Certificate 3 in Assistant nursing, Certificate 4 in Alcohol and other drugs and mental health he has also completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Mental Health) at Charles Sturt University. For a young man Dylan brings a wealth of experience and has held many different roles on boards such as:

  • Macarthur Youth and Family Service (2years director)
  • NACHO Youth Board (Chairperson-2years)
  • Campbelltown Council Youth Advisory Board (2yrs)
  • Campbelltown Council Aboriginal Advisory board(2yrs)

Dylan has completed Governance Training with Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Dylan is passionate about his community and has lived in Dharawal Country his whole life he works hard at ensuring he is a good role model for local youth.

Contact Numbers

THARAWAL ABORIGINAL CORPORATION

187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 256002 4628 4837
FAX Number02 4627 8066
PO Box 290 Campbelltown, NSW 2560 

THARAWAL DENTAL CLINIC

Demountable 2 - 187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 256002 4624 9400

THARAWAL SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL WELLBEING

187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 256002 4624 9430

THARAWAL BRIGHTER FUTURES

187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 256002 4620 0400

OORUNGA WANDARRAH MACS CENTRE

187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 256002 4620 0298

WARANWARIN THARAWAL CHILD & FAMILY CENTRE

105 Townson Avenue, Minto NSW 256602 9820 7447

WARANWARIN FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAM

105 Townson Avenue, Minto 256602 9820 7447

THARAWAL HOUSING OFFICE

187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 256002 4628 4837
Emailhousing@tacams.com.au
Hours of Operation

Tharawal AMS

Monday - Thursday 8.30am-5.00pm
Friday 9.00am - 4.30pm
Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays CLOSED

Community & Administration

Monday - Thursday 9.00am-5.00pm
Friday 9.00am - 4.30pm
Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays CLOSED

Oorunga Wandarrah MACS Centre

Monday - Friday 7.30am-5.00pm
Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays CLOSED

Waranwarin Child & Early Learning Centre

Monday - Friday 7.30am-6.00pm
Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays CLOSED

Waranwarin Family Support Program

Monday - Friday 9.00am-5.00pm
Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays CLOSED

Tharawal Housing Office

Monday - Thursday 9.00am-5.00pm
Friday 9.00am - 4.30pm
Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays CLOSED
Important Information:Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We are currently undertaking precautionary measures to contain and control the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and our clinics and offices are temporarily closed to walk-in appointments.

 

For GP & Health related services

Please call us to book an appointment or to speak to a team member about the latest restrictions on: 02 4628 4837

 

For all emergencies please contact 000

You can also call the healthdirect helpline on 1800 022 222 to speak with a registered nurse.

 

For more detailed information about COVID-19 visit the Department of Health website.

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