Introducing Uncle Barry Winmar

A proud Whadjuk Noongar Elder with Ballardong connections.

"It’s important to share experience and knowledge, pass down stories and traditions to future generations, so they can understand the importance of who we are, where we come from and who our mob is."


Uncle Barry is proud Whadjuk Noongar Elder with Ballardong connections and holds multiple esteemed roles within his community. He serves as the CEO of the Institute of First Nations Wellbeing and Sport, contributes as a Councillor for the City of Kwinana, and is the Managing Director of Winmar Enterprises. Additionally, Uncle Barry is an active member of the Aboriginal Cultural Centre Cultural Authority steering committee, working alongside the WA State Government to address crucial matters affecting his community.


Immerse yourself in Uncle Barry's story and reflections as an Elder this NAIDOC Week 2023—press play below. 


This article is part of our For Our Elders campaign, where our buildings come to life with the stories of First Nations Elders as we celebrate NAIDOC Week 2023. 

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