Goolarri Media assists the development of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous communications in the Kimberley region, supports the enhancement of Indigenous musicians throughout Western Australia, Creates and produces valuable event activities for the entire community and delivers nationally accredited training in media and events management.
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The Goolarri premises contains a number of venues in which to hold events, meetings, performances and social functions.
These venues are also utilised by a number of organisations, individuals and companies, not only within the Broome community, but across Australia and around the world.
Community Radio Station - 6GME Radio Goolarri 99.7 FM
Radio Goolarri first commenced broadcasting on ABC Regional Radio in August, 1991 with a one hour a week magazine program
Check out our podcasts below!
Goolarri Television is Broome’s one and only local television broadcaster and we operate a 24 hour a day “rolling transmission” service.
Along with broadcasting we are also an award winning Production Company of high quality entertainment, documentary and advertising content, delivering messages with style and personality to showcase our unique regional identity.
GTV plays an integral role in the community because we endeavour to reflect cultural values with respect and integrity.
Welcome to Goolarri Training.
At Goolarri Media we provide the opportunity for you to gain media skills and qualifications in a fully operational industry environment meshing national competency standards with a strong Indigenous ethos.
The Goolarri ‘reality based’ training program reflects not only our strong commitment to Indigenous development in the region, but more importantly our commitment to fostering new leaders in the area of communications, media and the arts.
More exciting courses coming soon... Watch this space!
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About Goolarri Media
Goolarri Media assists the development of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous communications in the Kimberley region, supports the enhancement of Indigenous musicians throughout Western Australia, creates and produces valuable event activities for the entire community and delivers nationally accredited training in media and events management.
Through dedication, passion and a vision for the future Goolarri Media has grown in its capacity to become one of Australia’s most successful and diverse Indigenous media and communications organisations ensuring it remains at the forefront of digitising culture and community.
Goolarri Media Enterprises (GME) is a fully owned subsidiary of the Broome Aboriginal Media Association (BAMA). BAMA was launched in 1991 after ten years of community discussion about the need for an Indigenous media service for the rapidly growing town of Broome.
Over the past 22 years, GME has transitioned from a traditional media service to a broader training and capacity building organisation with a vision to close the gap for all Indigenous peoples across the Kimberley region.
Specifically GME assists the development of both the Indigenous and non-Indigenous media and communications sector in the Kimberley region, develops and manages events for the local community with a goal of creating stronger social cohesion across the diverse peoples of the Kimberley and ultimately, invests into Indigenous people through education, training and employment pathways, leveraging its RTO status.
Goolarri Media’s organisational objectives and success measures are summarised below:
“There has always been consensus on the Goolarri board, never dissention.
People are committed, they know what they want and they are passionate about the media”
Stephen ‘Baamba’ Albert, Chair BAMA
Where to Find Us...
7 Blackman Street, Broome
Goolarri Media proudly supported/funded by the Australian Government
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