Cultural Community Connections

We delighted to share that our wonderful William Gordon, Aboriginal Targeted Programs Coordinator, has been selected as a Top 5 finalist of the Third Sector Awards for First Nations Leader of the Year.

Will Gordon is a proud Kabi-Kabi Goreng Goreng and the Aboriginal Targeted Programs Coordinator at 3Bridges Youth.  Will works closely with community in South-Eastern Sydney to deliver the Indigenous Learning Program in Primary and High schools with his team. This program supports young Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people to connect with culture and learn about Blak history through art, yarning, and Indigenous games. Will was a lead planner for the largest NAIDOC celebration in the Georges River area in 2022 and 2023, and built the Burbangana Aboriginal Youth Mentoring program at 3Bridges. Not only does Will work within Indigenous communities, he actively participates in local events to support everyone – this year at the Community Iftar, IDAHOBIT Morning Tea, and local Dementia Forum. Outside of work, Will is a husband and father of 3, coaches the Redfern All Blacks footy for the U8s boys and girls teams, has run the Waterloo Storm Aboriginal Rugby League Club for the last 20 years, and is a community leader in Redfern and surrounds. With his combined approach of humour, genuineness, his 20+ year’s experience in community services, and ‘have a go’ attitude, Will finds opportunity for collaboration, community, and growth potential for all.

Voting is now open! We are encouraging everyone to vote for Will, he is an outstanding leader both in 3Bridges and in his local community, and we are proud to have him as part of the Youth & Community team and he is so deserving of every vote!

Creating Multicultural Conversations

We offer support and services to the most vulnerable regardless of age, location, disability or ethnicity.

Our goal is to provide services and programs that enrich and empower the diverse communities in which we live and work. Developing opportunities to support those most in need, supporting vulnerable communities by sharing information and facilitating connections with the greater community.

Our organisational culture has been formed with a community spirit and passion to give back and we are commited to enabling a culture of inclusion and diversity. 


Meaningful Community Events

We deliver purposeful community events to support the exchange of information, where our multicultural society can share customs, ideals, educate and thrive.

Our events are open to everyone! If you are interested in learning more, please contact us via the contact form below.

NAIDOC Week Events

Community Iftar

Specialised Support Services

3Bridges can help connect you to a NDIS or Aged Care Package.

Our multicultural reframing ageing and disability teams can manage these packages and help provide support services for you on an individual or group basis.

We have a team of Complex Case Managers that can provide support to families and youth. 

Coming together, supporting each other, knowing it’s where you belong, it’s family.


3Bridges Aboriginal Support Coordinators provide a culturally appropriate service to help you manage your NDIS package. If you have a disability 3Bridges can help you to get the NDIS.

Aged Care Packages

3Bridges helps you get the right Aged Care package to help you live at home. If you are over 50 years old we can come and have a yarn with you about the kinds of services available.

Due to the multicultural nature of our organisation our reframing ageing team is prepared to support our culturally diverse clients.

Indigenous Learning Program 

Our aim is to reach out to as many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students as we can, we want encourage Positivity, Pride and Culture through our program.

William Gordon

Aboriginal Targeted Programs Coordinator, 3Bridges

Traditional Indigenous Games

10 WEEK Program


We use these pillars throughout the Learning of the games. Each Pilar is spoken about in depth, students will walk away with an understanding what the pilar means to them.

Yarning Circle

 6-10 Week Program

Yarning circle is a age old practice of our people. It is very important for us to yarn about stories, information share and different topics that are important to us.

Traditional Art

6-10 Week Program

Learn about Aboriginal Art.

Create your own artwork , students are encouraged to express themselves and get creative.

Roots Program

6 -10 Week Program

The Roots program is learning about all things “Black.” We touch on topics of :

  • political history
  • sports people
  • Defining moments

Yarn up

Every “Tuesday” afternoon we encourage all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to attend our Drop In.

You will have access in Indigenous and non-Indigenous Youth workers who are there to support you from 3:00pm – 5:30pm.

We have pathways for your organisation to reach out to your local communities.

What others’s say

Yarnup has provided me with a positive outlook to friendships, social gathering and a lot of laughs. Yarnup has provided skills to creating works of art which I would not normally have the knowledge, thank you 3Bridges for a delightful gathering experience.


We connect with you every step of the way

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