IN REMOTE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES
April 20, 2015
2015 is well underway, and so is the Healthy Living Program!
April 15, 2015
With Healthy Hearts the theme, RHDAustralia joined Red Dust for the November 2014 Healthy Living Program in Wadeye. The result of the program - The Makulkul Mob music video.
Focusing on how the factors of nutrition, physical activity and hygiene …
February 4, 2015
Round 18 of Cricket Tasmania Premier League (CTPL) competition, taking place between 21 and 28 February, will now be known now as the Indigenous Round thanks to rookie cricketer Ryan Lees. With the desire to raise awareness of the
important, but often unrecognised contribution of Indigenous Australian’s …
January 13, 2015
The October 2014 Golf Day held at Kingston Heath Golf Club was once again an event to remember. Filled with good laughs and great play at one of Melbourne’s most praised golf courses, the day raised significant funds for the …
December 4, 2014
Will Minson, the 10 year Western Bulldog veteran and long-time Red Dust Role Model, has officially been named to the Red Dust Board of Directors!
Will has been an advocate and active contributer to Red Dust for over a decade, having been a part …
RED DUST IN ACTION
Check out the stories and photos from each Red Dust community visit. In 2012 Red Dust delivered programs throughout the year to 7 different communities.
ROLE MODEL SPOTLIGHT
“You know, they say it’s great for the kids when we travel to spend time with them. But it works the other way around, too. It’s a great privilege for me to work with these kids”.
Brett Wheeler’s NBL basketball
MUSIC & VIDEOS
Red Dust Role Models uses music as a platform to express messages of good health, pride in culture and community and in helping youth with self-expression.
We wish to thank our premier partner, The Department of Health and Aging and all of our other partners for their support.
Red Dust delivers a wide range of health promotion programs to remote communities. Learn more here.
HEALTH FACTS AND RESOURCES
At Red Dust we like to keep well informed with all current information regarding health, particularly for Indigenous health.