Wurli Services
From 6th Dec 2021

Community transmission of COVID-19 is still present


The front of the Women’s & Children’s building at 21 Third Street.

Staff will do COVID Screening and then direct you where to go.

Please be honest when staff ask you questions. Tell them if you got any symptoms like runny or blocked nose, fever, cough, sore throat, loss of taste or smell and tiredness.

We will be offering the following services:

  • Phone consults with a Wurli Doctor by calling 89729100. 8:30am–4pm
  • Vaccinations – staff will direct you where to go. 8:30am-3:30pm
  • Women’s & Children’s clinic will be doing program work and appointments.
  • Face-to-face consults with clients requiring important care. 9:30am-4pm
  • Medication drop-offs
  • Transport services – 2 clients per trip
  • COVID-19 Certificates printed/delivered
  • Phone consults with Wurli Counsellors by calling 89729180. 9am-4pm
  • Community Services continue to do client welfare checks, counseling and they can drop off COVID certificates.

Gudbinji will remain closed. Chronic conditions care can be provided over the phone or at the Main Clinic.


Those with respiratory symptoms will be directed to the RED zone.

Those with no respiratory symptoms will be directed to the ORANGE zone.

Staff with no client contacts will remain in GREEN zones.

All zones have signage to help everyone understand where they can or cannot go.

Everyone must wear masks, check-in, temperature checked, and physically distance from others.


Wurli-Wurlinjang Health Service

Wurli-Wurlinjang is an Aboriginal community controlled organisation. We are governed by a Board of Directors elected by our members who live in Katherine and the surrounding community living areas we service.

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Clinical Services

Dr Lorraine and client

Wurli provides clinical services from:

Main Clinic at 25 Third Street

Gudbinji Chronic Disease Clinic at 6 Kintore Street

Binjari Health Service in Binjari Community

Community Programs

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Wurli provides a range of Community Services:

Health Promotion

Social and Emotional Wellbeing Programs

Counselling and Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Program

Support Programs


Wurli provides a range of support programs:

Strong Indigenous Families 

StrongBala Justice Support

Katherine Individual Support Program


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There are numerous role types at Wurli, including health professionals, allied health workers, counsellors, administration staff, transport officers and community liaison staff. Each and every job is important and well supported.

Cultural Warning

People of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent should be aware that the Wurli-Wurlinjang Health Service website may contain images and names of people who have died.

Wurli acknowledges the traditional owners of the country on which we work and live and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures and to elders both past and present.