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Join us for an exclusive cultural experience for organisations and teams who are fully committed to the spirit of Reconciliation – with Aboriginal Culture and within one’s own self and team. As part of our new partnership with Dharwra Tours, we are excited to announce our...

Curijo continues to adopt reflective practices, adopt evaluative measures and apply strategic planning processes to further grow and improve our business in all areas. This is an important process to ensure that we have consistency across all areas, that we can project our business growth,...

Welcome to the first edition of our 2018 newsletter. We hope that all our clients have had a wonderful Christmas season and joyous New Year. We hope that you are all refreshed and energised for an exciting New Year with the Curio team. Download the Newsletter...

Curijo is delighted to announce winning a contract delivering Executive Coaching services to a Defence client in partnership with prestigious firm Providence. Our Curijo-Providence team will help Defence to improve organisational performance and increase senior officers’ ability to operate in the strategic environment. Dr Rebecca...

The Family Group Conference Pilot for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families in the ACT has begun. Today was the first Community Information Session at West Belconnen Child and Family Centre. There was lots of questions and positive vibes from participants. Two more sessions will...

Congratulations to our own Darren Schaeffer on his appointment as Deputy President of the ACT Division of Council, Certified Practicing Accountants Australia (CPAA). Interestingly, the CPAA was founded in 1886 and is one of the world’s largest accounting bodies. It has over 150,000 members across...

Our unique Curijo artwork was designed especially by Indigenous artists and Yuin custodian, Lyn Talbot. The artwork represents the ‘footprints and pathways through communities.’ We believe that this is reflective of the important work which we do with both Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities, when working...