Ngu Banuth Home & Personal Care Services

Ngu Banuth means 'giving back to the community' in Yorta Yorta language. It is the name of Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative's new business arm that will help us become self-sufficient and less reliant on government funding, which is becoming more competitive and harder to obtain.


Changes to government regulations mean the old block-funding model, on which we used to rely as a major source of income, no longer applies to Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative. To fund our health and wellbeing services, we now compete against major national corporations to obtain government money. These regulatory changes put greater responsibility on the co-operative to account for how we spend government funds. The message is that as a services provider, we need to do more with less.

As such, Ngu Banuth home and gardening services are available to all. Everyone in the Goulburn Valley region can hire Ngu Banuth to work on jobs around the home and garden. Our services are reasonably priced and as our client, you gain the added benefit of knowing that by hiring Ngu Banuth, you are employing locals and giving back to our community.

Ngu Banuth Home & Personal Care Services include:

Call 03 5822 2866 and ask for an obligation-free quote for any Ngu Banuth services. Gardening services start from $55/hour and cleaning services start from $44/hour.

What does the Ngu Banuth logo mean?

Three circles represent three communities - Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative, Ngu Banuth, and the wider Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community of the Goulburn Valley region. Each community is connected by a river to symbolise our connection to Country and status as river people. The logo colours represent the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags, which signals that no matter which Nation or mob we claim as our own, we are united as one, as each community gives something back to the other.