Indigenous Services
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land that USC lives on, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi people, and pay our respects to our elders, both past, present and future. The role of Buranga Centre is to encourage and support our students enrolled in study at USC. We offer: - a friendly Indigenous presence on campus, academic and culturally appropriate resources, academic support. We also support and provide the University with information regarding Australian South Sea Islander, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, cultures and knowledges. All community members are welcome to visit the Buranga Centre for any reason and at any time. The Buranga Centre is situated at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Staff / Regular Volunteers: Currently 1-20 members / staff. We reach: Currently over 1000 people Volunteer with us: Contact us for more information. We specifically work with: Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders, Adults, Children, Families, Men, Multicultural People, Older People, People with a Disability, Women, Youth