Health Promotion Program

Health Promotion Program

The Health Promotion program collaborates with all Wurli program areas to plan, implement and evaluate high quality and culturally relevant activities and campaigns in various settings including the clinics, schools, and the community to maximise positive health outcomes.

The following are priorities needing to be addressed by the Health Promotion program:

  • healthy lifestyle choices, benefits of eating good food and exercise
  • dangers of smoking and tobacco
  • pregnancy and smoking and the effects on the unborn baby
  • diabetes information

What to see us for

The Health Promotion team is the best program to contact for help with any of the following (and more):

  • National awareness campaign activities and events
  • Health promotion information and activities at public venues
  • Health promotion linkage with other Wurli programs, for example clinical programs
  • Partnerships with sporting codes and other community organisations
  • School visits and information sessions

We have many great, culturally appropriate resources to help support health promotion messages.

Are you trying to Quit Smoking?

Please come to any of our clinics and ask to talk to a health professional about how they can help you quit

You can also contact the Quitline on 13 78 48

How to see us

Come and see us at the Main Clinic, 25 Third Street.

How to contact us

Contact the main reception on 89 729 100 or email

 This program is provided with the assistance of

Our health promotion program is funded by the Australian Government through the Commonwealth Department of Health

Where you can find us

Joseph Marapunya and Paul Kutchinson doing artwork about sugar intake at Gudbinji
Joseph and Paul
Health promotion activities