Warringinee Group: About Us
The Warringinee Group, a local Boon Wurrung word meaning ‘home of the wombat’, is located at the Mornington Peninsula Shire Community Complex, 10A Pound Road, Hastings and adjacent to Willum Warrain Aboriginal Association Gathering Place.
The Warringinee Group is part of the Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Family Services and Community Planning Unit within the Social Planning and Community Development Team.
The team is made up of the following members:
Erin Pennett - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Development Officer
Karan Kent - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Support and Access Officer
Simon Greenwood - Heritage Archaeologist Field Assistant
For further information on the Warringinee Group and the support that we can provide, please contact the team on:
Tel: 5950 1099 / 0429 514 267
Warringinee Group Newsletter
The Warringinee News is intended to be a collaborative publication that encourages information sharing between the Mornington Peninsula Shire and local residents to celebrate the many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander successes that are occurring in and around the Mornington Peninsula as well as highlighting issues affecting our community.
Warringinee News: Issue No.1 / December 2016(PDF, 3MB) Warringinee News: Issue No.2 / April 2017(PDF, 2MB)