[Shining the light on Men’s Health & well-being in Australia]
~ Men’s Events – NT ~
Men’s Events – Northern Territory | Men’s Health Australia Directory – post your event here.
Registrations are now open for RWD Darwin!
Due to covid restrictions we will be moving to Mindil for 2020 and numbers will be limited. Get in early to avoid missing out!
Our wonderful team of volunteers are working through a vital component if you aren’t keen to be at a larger event. We will have a covid plan and plenty of space if you choose to be there on Father’s Day as community safety is a major priority.
Join us this Father’s Day to celebrate the wonderful men in our lives and raise money and awareness for prostate cancer and men’s health…
2020 Men’s Health Awards…
The Australian Men’s Health Forum [ AMHF ]has voted for this years Awards. Follow the link below to see who won….
National Advice Hotline – 1800020080
Disease Control; 08 8922 8044
Contact your GP via phone for advice on whether you require testing.
If you can’t contact your GP, call 1800 008 002 to talk to a clinician. This is a dedicated NT wide coronavirus (COVID-19) number for people who need to arrange testing only.
Darwin – call the Public Health Unit on 8922 8044.
Mibbinbah is Australia’s only national Indigenous male health promotion charity. It seeks to undertake a range of activities to build the capacity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island male groups and their communities across Australia. Mibbinbah is also known as Mibbinbah Men’s Spaces, because of its strong leadership and advocacy for establishing culturally safe spaces for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males to explore and enrich their identity, well-being and skills.
Mibbinbah maintains links with a national network of over 600 Indigenous males and community groups across Australia. It seeks to celebrate the great diversity of culture and language represented by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Since 2007, Mibbinbah has coordinated a national program of events for males from these communities, including an annual men’s camp. Please explore the site to learn more about Mibbinbah’s camps and other community activities.
The meaning of Mibbinbah – The two words Mibbin meaning Men or Eagle and Bah meaning place come from the Eastern Yugambeh Language of South Eastern Queensland. Therefore placing the two words together gives us Men’s place. The Mibbinbah logo was designed and painted by local Tweed artist, Dean Rotumah.
Email: [email protected]
Mobile: 0410 243 304