About Us

Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service was established in 2007 as a result of local Aboriginal community members who were concerned about the Health and wellbeing of the Aboriginal Community.

Coonamble is located on the central-western plains of New South Wales. It lies on the Castlereagh Highway north-west of Gilgandra. It is a regional hub for wheat growing and sheep and wool. The name for the town is taken from the Gamilaraay word guna (faeces) and -bil (having a lot of) In the 2016 Census, there were 2,750 people in Coonamble. Of these 49.4% were male and 50.6% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 34.2% of the population.

Castlereagh Health Centre

CHC offers a wide range of Health care to the entire Coonamble community and surrounding areas....

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Coonamble Gym

Here at the Coonamble Gym we want to help you live a fit and healthy lifestyle! We do this by providing 10 group classes, Perso...

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Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service

CAHS was established in 2007 as a result of an initiative by local Aboriginal community members from the township of Coonamble ...

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Baradine Surgery

We at the Baradine Surgery are committed to providing a better healthcare service to the community. ...

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Dubbo AMS

Dubbo AMS provide a culturally appropriate Health and Well Being Services to our community....

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Coonamble Dental Surgery

We are a family focused community clinic boasting two surgeries providing first class patient care to both public and private p...

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District Funeral Services

Information coming soon...

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