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CONNECTING AND EMPOWERING COMMUNITIES
 

We Say No To

Family And Domestic

Violence

1800RESPECT

 
CCC PROGRAMS

 

We currently deliver 6 main programs which all aim in some way to connect and empower communities. View photo's and learn more about our programs here.

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NEWS & EVENTS

 

We deliver our projects in the Central West, Far West, Barwon Darling and Riverina. Keep up to date with all upcoming events here.

MURDI PAAKI REGIONAL RUGBY LEAGUE COUNCIL INC. (MPRRLC)

 

The Murdi Paaki Region consists of the communities of the North West and Far West of NSW which are among the most isolated and disadvantaged communities in the State.

In 2014 the Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly (MPRA), the peak organisation representing the CWPs of this area approved the formation of the Murdi Paaki Regional Rugby League Council (MPRRLC).  This Council is made up of members from the CRL, NRL, Outback RL, Barwon Darling RL and other identified Community Members including the MPRA and would represent the interests of these communities to State and Federal governments in matters of community development through Sport and Ancillary Programs.

Over time since it’s formation the MPRRLC has developed into an organisation that services community development beyond the confines of the Far West regions and provides services to identified communities in partnership with government and other agencies. This growth resulted in the need to form a commercial arm of the organisation and Creative Community Concepts was developed in early 2017 to ensure the ongoing capacity of the MPRRLC to provide the essential inputs into the communities they represent and be a genuine partner for governments to bring about change.

 

Creative Community Concepts Acknowledges the traditional owners of the country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future.