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P.O BOX 84

Alstonville, NSW


​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Ph - 0428 657 116

Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

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Our Leadership Team


Mel Brown is an Aboriginal Ngunnawal women who is;

CEO of Spirit Dreaming Pty Ltd

Director of Spirit Dreaming Inc.

Director of Australian Family Group Conferencing

Public Officer of Australian Association of Family Group Conferencing

Director of Calleo Indigenous  



  • Master of Indigenous Studies – Trauma and Healing, Southern  Cross University, Lismore, NSW. (Mindgs)

  • Cert IV TAE—Highly skilled in group work facilitation and Aboriginal education, healing and wellbeing workshops.

  • National Facilitator for Aboriginal Building Connections “Train the Trainer” programs, funded by Attorney Generals Dept, training trainers across Australia.

  • Aboriginal Counsellor.

  • Cert III—Aboriginal Mentoring.

  • Qualified in Digital Storytelling and Self Publishing techniques – Trained by the Secretariat of Aboriginal and Islander Childcare (SNAICC) and further skills in the area of digital media.

  • 20 years of management and consultancy skills and running own business.

  • 10 years child protection experience, including 4 years of management.

  • ACT Public Service Award for  “Most Improved Services to Aboriginal Families and Young People” – ACT.

  • NSW Industry and Investment— recognised as one of the top 8 Aboriginal Business women, 2011.


Cultural Authority 


     Mel Brown’s cultural authority is as follows;

  • Known and respected within Ngunnawal and Bundjalung Aboriginal communities.

  • Provider of Aboriginal cultural education and wellbeing workshops for over 10 years.

  • Successful Author and writer for a range of magazines nationally and internationally in relation to the topic of Aboriginal cultural education, transgenerational trauma and spiritual topics.

  • International and national Speaker and Conference Presenter regarding Aboriginal healing and wellbeing programs, Aboriginal engagement practices, and innovative best practice initiatives to increase Aboriginal participation in organisation.

  • Mel has a range of Aboriginal educational and wellbeing resources distributed internationally and nationally by two of the worlds largest distributors in wellbeing and self help publications.

Book Signings

at the

International World Book Expo 

New York City


Mel Brown also has a range of Aboriginal Orcale cards, Totems, Runes and a Dreamtime Journal

Oracle cards

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