What We Do

Our goal is to provide the best capacity-building support for people with disabilities in East Gippsland.

Capacity-building is developing and strengthening the skills, abilities, and resources that people need to survive, adapt, and thrive in a fast-changing world.



There is more to life than just community access. 

People with disabilities can do more than go to the shops, drive, walk, and watch movies with a Support Worker.


Through our capacity-building programs, individuals with disabilities can build skills that help them progress towards their vocational and independent living goals.

Acknowledgment of Traditional Owners

Noweyung recognises the Traditional Owners of the Land served by our organisation the Gunaikurnai people of East Gippsland. We respectfully acknowledge elders past, present and emerging and appreciate the ongoing contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to our community.

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We only work with people with a growth mindset.

Our focus on quality over quantity means we put our resources where they can make the most significant difference; therefore we only accept a limited number of enrolments each year.

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We prioritise participants, their families, and their support networks who embrace a growth mindset; these are people that:


To provide support to vulnerable people, you must ensure that the appropriate checks and balances are in place. Noweyung hold all relevant insurances. As an NDIS registered organisation, you can be assured that all of our staff have been thoroughly checked, trained and screened.

All Noweyung staff:

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Noweyung is East Gippsland and East Gippsland is our community, and remains our focus today