Be Strong, Live Long


Barambah Aboriginal Corporation for Community Health was incorporated on the 22nd August 2001 under the Office of the Registrar for Aboriginal Corporations.

The Barambah building is named after the late Berlene Faye Chapman (nee Murray) who was active in her vision to see medical services provided to the Cherbourg community.

The building was constructed by Indigenous community members and was officially opened during NAIDOC week, on the 8th of July 2002, by Lorraine Murray and Kathleen Albury in honour of their sister and mother, Berlene Faye Chapman.


Organisation chart

Organisational Structure


8 Rights of Members
8.1 Members are entitled to speak and to vote at general meetings of the Company.

8.2 No Member may use the name of the Company in support of any political campaign, or in support of any candidate for public office, other than with written consent of the Board.

8.3 The rights and privileges of every Member are personal to each Member and are not transferable by the Member’s own act or by operation of law