Mudth-Niyleta exists to contribute to the wellness of the Sarina Indigenous community.

Mudth-Niyleta  was opened back in 1988 with the aim of improving access to essential services for the Sarina’s  Indigenous community. We are a non-government organisation run by indigenous locals with the aim to achieve a comparable standard of living for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders equivalent to that of mainstream Australia.

The Board focus is to constantly scan the external and internal environments to identify issues that impact on the community and to develop strategies to address those impacts. The result is our unique multi- functional organisation made up of a number of funded services each designed to respond to a particular area of “community wellness”.

Big Community of People Like You

We’re proud of the services we provide, and we’re really excited when we get to hear back from you.

What people say

Provides Valuable Services

This organisation provides valuable services across a broad range of community needs, including aged care, community housing, and indigenous wellbeing.

Stephen Andrew MP

Member for Marini

Wonderful way to Bring Community Together

I am aware that Mudth-Niyleta provides a wonderful service promoting the culture of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in the Sarina/Mackay area. Groups like the Mudth-Niyleta are a wonderful way to bring community together to build social connections, which are a benefit building resilience especially in regard to physical and mental health.

Michelle Landry MP

Federal Member for Capricornia

Significant Community Partner

Mudth-Niyleta is a significant community partner.


Sarina State High School

News and Events

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We Want the Best for the Future

We are working towards providing community supported services such as affordable housing, health and welllbeing, community and cultural development support.


Mudth-Niyleta Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation is incorporated under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006.
This act is administrated under the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporation.

The Registrar’s office supports and regulates corporations by:

-Advising on how to incorporate
-Training directors, members and key staff in good governance
-Ensuring compliance with the law
-Intervening when needed

By pressing the logo below, you will be able to view our general compliance reports and other associated correspondence, with the Registar’s office:

Our Partners

Mudth-Niyleta works with a range of government services, companies, nonprofits and organisations in order to provide a top-tier service to the community.