Cafs Annual Report 2019/2020 now available for download

Cafs Annual Report 2019/2020 is now available for download from our website. The Annual Report's front cover features a striking piece of art by local artist Steph Cartledge, showcasing our five diversity themes - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the LGBTIQ+ community, culturally and linguistically diverse people, people of all abilities, and those of all religions and religious backgrounds. Read more

Gambling and gaming panel discussion 21 October

Keeping you and your kids safer online is the aim of a free event covering online gaming and gambling being held as part of Gambling Harm Awareness Week. Read more

Now open in Central Highlands

The Orange Door in Central Highlands will deliver crucial support for adults, young people and children in need, including risk assessment, safety planning and crisis assistance, as well as crucial links to services for ongoing support, bringing together workers from specialist family violence, child and family, Aboriginal and men’s services. Read more

New sign keeps old boys’ memories alive at Avenue of Honour

New sign installed at Arthur Kenny Avenue of Honour. Read more

Naidoc Week 2020 at Cafs featuring Nova Peris

To celebrate this years NAIDOC Week, Cafs presented an online webinar with Nova Peris. Nova spoke about her incredible journey and achievements as a proud Aboriginal woman, mother, elite sports women, politician and activist over many years. Read more

A Pot of Courage - Recipes to Celebrate Refugee Week 2020

Join Nyibol as she prepares delicious dishes from her home country of South Sudan. Her recipes are included, so you can also try them yourself at home! Read more