Supporting Elite Indigenous In Sport

Rainbow Serpent Dreaming Indigenous Corporation is about IDENTITY, EMPOWERMENT, HEALING and RESPECT its to create opportunities for indigenous kids to better adapt to the professionalism of sport to challenge cultural diversity and be competitive at professional level.

What We Do

A group of both indigenous and non indigenous sporting professionals have come together to satisfy a need for the assistance of indigenous youth. We noticed that there is a lack of resources available to indigenous youth wishing to pursue a sporting career. Support such as fitness and exercise, diet and welfare and career counselling are not typically available with large cost. The foundation came together to provide these services.

The foundation is working in the areas of youth diversion, drug/alcohol substance abuse and cultural identity healing. A strong network of sports professional's past and present will be role models to provide advice and stories about their experiences, how they became professional athletes and what inspired them to achieve their goals and keep them on the right track to better adapt the cultural diversity of IDENTITY to succeed both on and off the field.

Providing role models for non-Indigenous & Indigenous youth
Professional training & guidance in their sporting & non-sporting endeavours
Career guideance & cultural identiy healing 

Our Goals

  1. Provide indigenous youth the resources to be able to participate in their chosen sport, that are primarily showing commitment and dedication to develop in the program. The foundation assists in their travel and accommodation costs when attending competitions and trials. Unlike other foundations, we have no criteria these athletes need to meet. They can live anywhere or have any education, being cultural or government and simply reach out to us.
  2. Provide young indigenous people, whether professional athletes or not, with mentoring and counselling services. Guiding these young people and teaching them about the issues surrounding drugs, alcohol and violence is priceless. Through experienced ex professional players and industry professionals they will learn and develop the skills needed to lead a successful productive life.
  3. Provide an all inclusive centre to the indigenous youth where they can attend to get one on one assistance in fitness, health, diet, mentoring and welfare services. This super centre will house start of the art equipment and high level professionals. The centre will be open to non indigenous youth also.

Assisting with their travel and accomodate costs, for any athlete with no criteria.

Through experienced ex-professional players and industry professionals

For both Indigenous & non-Indigenous youth to get support in fitness, health, diet, mentoring and welfare.

Founder & CEO


Mob: 0402 276 147

Some Of Our Sponsors & Support

We'd like to thank our sponsors & professional facilitators for their support.

Bo de la Cruz

Bo de la Cruz grew up in Darwin and started playing touch rugby at the age of twelve. She later went on to represent the Northern Territory and Australia in the under 18s touch team. De la Cruz is the first Indigenous woman to represent Australia at senior level in touch rugby and has been a part of the team that has won two world championships. She is dedicated to working with young Indigenous people and volunteers her time and expertise to many charities, events, schools and communities. De la Cruz also works as a Youth Worker with the non-profit organisation Balunu Foundation. 

Nathan Blacklock 

Nathan Blacklockis an Australian former professional rugby league and, briefly, rugby union footballer who played in the 1990s, and 2000s. An Australia national rugby league representative winger, he played for the Sydney City Roosters, the St. George Dragons before they merged to form the St. George Illawarra Dragons, with whom he continued playing, becoming the National Rugby League’s top try-scorer for three consecutive seasons from 1999 to 2001. Blacklock also played in Super League for English club, Hull F.C., with whom he won the 2005 Challenge Cup.

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