Kirinari Community Services

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"Enabling people to live the lives they choose"

Kirinari is a leading disability service provider, and also provides services to assist people who are ageing or have a functional impairment to remain independent.

Kirinari has over 25 years experience in providing individualised support services and operates in NSW and Victoria.

Kirinari comes from the Aboriginal Awabakal language and means "a place of learning". This concept of life long learning is at the heart of Kirinari’s vision and direction.









  1. Australian Government Disability Newsletter
  2.  Victorian NDIS e-bulletin April 2014
  3.  NDIS Ready: Bulletin
  4. Quality Webpage 
  5.  'Learning from Complaints':
  6. Families and service providers working together.
  7. National Public Toilet Map


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