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As an Aboriginal community-controlled health organisation, Nhulundu Health Service has a mandate to deliver services in Gladstone and the surrounding region to its members.

To become a member of GRAICCHS t/a Nhulundu Health Service, you’re required to complete an Application for Membership and once acknowledged by the Board of Directors you are eligible to do the following;

  • Attend, speak and vote at general meetings;
  • Be made a director;
  • Put forward resolutions at general meetings;
  • Ask the directors to call a general meeting;
  • Review the books and records of the Corporation (If the directors have authorised them to do this, or if the members have passed a resolution which lets them do this)

Nhulundu Health Service is a community organisation and as such – your voice and your say are important to the overall existence of the service. Becoming a member is easy and gives you the opportunity to have your voice heard and participate in a service that is essential to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations for the Gladstone Region.

To become a member, simply drop into Nhulundu Health Service or call us on 4972 0992 and speak to the executive assistant, or email info@nhulundu.com and we’ll be certain to help you with your enquiry.


"…we are responsible for our own health and wellbeing and we should celebrate that Nhulundu is there for us. They go above and beyond and are always willing to listen…"

"…if it wasn’t for Nhulundu, I wouldn’t know where to turn for help. I’ve tried other health services before, but they just don’t seem to understand. Now I have a relationship with my doctor, and I trust them to understand my needs and importantly, the needs of my family…"