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About Us

Birrang was established in 2003 and has been in continuous operation since its establishment. Birrang was established as a regional based community service provider offering employment and related services to Aboriginal people of New South Wales. Over time, Birrang has expanded its activities to include people from other cultures and backgrounds, in response to identified needs and opportunities.

The Board of Directors all of who are Aboriginal are located in Griffith, Mildura, Narromine, Deniliquin and Albury. The Board of Directors have held their positions since 2003.

Meet the Board

Gregory Murray


Mr Murray has been a member of our Board since inception on the 3rd of November 2003. He has had extensive experience and involvement upon numerous Boards. Including but not limited to the Aboriginal Legal Service where he was a member for over 19 years and served as a representative for the NSW Southern Region. He held a position on the Albury LALC for 2 years and is still an active member. He was the Southern Regional Representative for AHO for over 7 years and for 11 years sat as Chairman of the Woomera Aboriginal Corporation.

He was an active representative of ATSIC for the Binaal Billa region in excess of 12 years.

Mr Murray also successfully managed his own contracting business for just over 23 years.

Graham Kilby


Graham Kilby has been a member of our Board since October 2004.

He has been employed within the Public Sector for over 20 years in positions around Aboriginal employment and welfare.

He also worked as a Branch Manager for Jobactive Services and was also the CEO of the Griffith Local Aboriginal Land Council.

Mr Kilby is active within the Riverina Murray Region of NSW advocating and striving to improve Aboriginal employment and opportunities in the region.

Danny Kelly


Mr Kelly has been a Director since December 2004.

For over 10 years he held the position of Chief Executive Officer of the Balranald Aboriginal Medical Service. He sat on the Board of the NSW Aboriginal Health Medical and Research Council over a 9-year period.

Mr Kelly is a current committee member and has been for over 20 years of the Special Ethics Committee for the NSW Aboriginal Health Medical and Research Council as Elder’s representation. He also held the position of Deputy Chairperson for this committee.

Kerrie Hutchison


Ms Hutchison was a board member at the inception on the 3rd of November 2003. After 3 years she stood down as a Board member to take the position of Field Officer within Birrang where she worked for 5 years before moving into the Aboriginal Employment sector with Summit.

She was an active representative of ATSIC for 10 years and held various roles including Councillor and Deputy Chairperson of the Binaal Billa region.

She was part of the inception for the Narromine LALC in 1971 and is currently an inaugural member. She was also a Regional Secretary for NSW LALC for 15 years.

Ms Hutchison re-joined as a board member of Birrang in 2019 and is currently employed by Australian Aboriginal Home Care as a Service Coordinator.

Rose Dunn


Ms Dunn has been a member of our Board since inception on the 3rd of November 2003. She has a Diploma in Social Housing, a Diploma of Business, and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessing. She is also a certified Justice of the Peace.

In 2005 Ms Dunn joined the Board of the Deniliquin LALC and severed for 5 years. She was the appointed as CEO of the LALC and held that position for 9 years.

Ms Dunn resigned from the position of CEO to work for Intereach as a Family Support Officer, this position was close to her heart as Ms Dunn has been a Foster Carer for most of her adult life.

Ms Dunn has returned to the Deniliquin LALC in the position of CEO which she currently holds.


Our Organisation

Birrang is a Not-for-profit Company with limited liability registered as a charity (Public Benevolent Institution) with the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC). Birrang is endorsed to receive income tax deductible contributions as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR).

Birrang is governed by a skilled Board of Directors drawn from diverse geographical regions across NSW. Birrang employs a Chief Executive Officer to manage its day-to-day operations at an office complex in Orange owned by Birrang. The CEO supervises a team of qualified staff including trainers, project co-ordinators and a Finance Officer.

Our Logo

‘Birrang‘ is a Wiradjuri word meaning ‘Horizon’. The logo contains a circular motif on the left, which represents the organisation, the horizontal lines represent the communities served by Birrang, and the nodes at the ends of the lines represent the individuals and activities supported by the vision of the organisation.

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Supply Nation Registered

Birrang is registered with Supply Nation, who provides peace of mind by ensuring that all businesses listed on Australia’s largest national directory of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses, Indigenous Business Direct, are not only Indigenous owned but are also regularly audited for changes in company structure and ownership.

Since 2009, Supply Nation has worked with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses along with procurement teams from government and corporate Australia to help shape today’s emerging and rapidly evolving Indigenous business sector.

In addition, Supply Nation receives daily updates from ASIC regarding any changes to business ownership which allows us to conduct real-time audits. This reinforces the integrity and accuracy of Indigenous businesses listed on Indigenous Business Direct

Supply Nation partners with its paid membership of government, corporate and not-for-profit organisations to develop procurement policies that modify, and redirect spend to include the traditionally underutilised Indigenous business sector.