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Harmony in the Gardens

People often recognise Intereach by the iconic tree that adorns our logo and building, and on Saturday locals will be asked to ‘look for the tree’ in Deniliquin’s beautiful Waring Gardens.
This specific craft tree will be the centrepiece of our ‘Harmony in the Gardens’ event that will complement the fanfare of the monthly community market.
Locals will be invited to celebrate Deniliquin and district’s cultural diversity by decorating a cardboard ‘hand print’ or ‘little person’ and then attach it to the tree. The craft tree will be placed on display in the Intereach foyer in Trickett St, Deniliquin.
Intereach staff member and co-organiser of the event Wendy Johnston encourages everyone to join in the day.

“This is an opportunity for local people from all cultural backgrounds to come together and reflect on and celebrate our local diversity. It will be a very relaxed event, with our tree as the focus for people to leave their message or build a timeline or picture of their family’s history or origin. We’ll be engaging with people and offering them the warmth of the community and making them feel part of the community. It’s about celebrating and embracing multiculturalism, and there’ll be members of the Deniliquin Multicultural Group on hand to also welcome those who are new to our community.”
Harmony Day is celebrated nation-wide and this year has been re-named Harmony Week, recognising multiculturalism and inclusiveness. ‘Harmony in the Gardens’ will run from 9am to noon on the Napier St side of the gardens. The craft tree will be on display and locals will be able to pin their message to it.

“We’re inviting people to sit and spend time together in a beautiful setting,” Mrs Johnston said.
Intereach staff will also have copies of the ‘Have Your Say’ survey available tomorrow, which is designed to help the organisation identify service gaps that may exist in the local area. Fill in the survey and go in the draw to win an iPad Mini. You can also find the survey online at

Caption: Intereach staff members Kama Jennings, Mikayla Williams and Lara Roach getting ready
for the event.

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Shepparton Multicultural Festival

Intereach was proud to be a part of the wonderfully successful Multicultural Shepparton Festival on Saturday afternoon / evening.
One of our staff members from our Shepparton office was on hand to talk to people about our many valuable services, and in particular the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Intereach partners with the National Disability Insurance Agency to deliver NDIS Local Area Coordination (LAC) and Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) services in the NDIS Goulburn service area of Victoria.

Our Goulburn Program Manager, Vanessa, joined with NDIS Community Engagement Officers, Lauren and Sue, in greeting hundreds of people at the festival, handing out information booklets and asking people to pin their place of origin on a world map which was very popular.

If you would like more information on any of our services, or the NDIS, call 1300 488 226.

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Have Your Say

Intereach wants people living in southern NSW, central Victoria and surrounds to get the help they need, when they need it.

This survey asks you a series of questions to help identify what needs there are in your community.

It should take you about 10 minutes. At the end, you can enter a draw to win an iPad Mini!

Click here to complete the survey:

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