Butucarbin means “Black Egg” in the Darug language. The ‘Black’ represents Aboriginal people and the “Egg’ is symbolic of new life. Hence, Aboriginal people’s participation in Butucarbin’s programs will lead to a new life.
The circles at the top and bottom of the egg represent ‘learning circles’. These circles are surrounded by boomerang shapes, which represent ‘people’ who are participating in the learning circles. The plant in the middle of the logo represents the ‘seeds of knowledge’, which are being shared between learners. The larger boomerang shapes beside the ‘seeds of knowledge’ are the learners who travel between learning circles and share that knowledge. The lines on either side of the learners, who share knowledge, represent pathways and access to learning. The hatchings on either side of the pathways represent the Aboriginal community who benefit from this learning. The triangle shapes around the egg represent the range of programs and activities offered by Butucarbin.
Butucarbin, a nonprofit Aboriginal organisation, exists to contribute to the social, economic, emotional and cultural development of the Aboriginal community in Western Sydney. This is achieved through a range of group and individual community development and adult education programs and activities.
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Butucarbin Aboriginal Corporation aims to provide the Community, Community Organisations and Government sector with the provision of expertise. Our consultants offer professional advice, guidance and actionable solutions in the following areas; Management Strategic direction Family Group Conferencing Parenting courses Market research Testimonials