DreamTrack is an organisation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (A&TSI) youth. We provide small group mentoring and bring together children from the ages of 7 to 17 on a monthly basis to engage in social, cultural and spiritual activities in a fun, safe and friendly setting. Each DreamTrack day aims to promote cultural identity, resilience and life skills. Our goal is to see DreamTrack kids develop a healthy, positive identity.
We want to help them achieve the skills and resources needed to embrace life, culture and their community.
DreamTrack aims to facilitate the growth of strong, resilient young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults. A concerted effort is made to include in each program, opportunities for youth to develop culturally, personally and socially. This ideology is taken from the Circle of Courage model of empowering youth through shared values of belonging, generosity, independence, and achievement. These values, entwined with DreamTrack’s mentoring program, creates a safe, nurturing environment where A&TSI children can develop into strong, resilient young people who know how to deal with whatever life throws them.
Our adventures are full of fun, leaving both kids smiling and staff laughing as we try to keep up. Over the course of the year we run many events.
Each of these activities promotes personal growth, where our youth learn valuable life skills. While these activities are highlights, what makes it an experience is our dedicated team of volunteers who are passionate with being positive role models, building strong future leaders.
Acknowledgement of Traditional Owners
We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this Country and pay our respects to the Elders past, present and future. DreamTrack also acknowledges the Turrbal and Yuggera peoples on whose land our offices are built.