A Darlington Point non-for-profit which supports Indigenous social housing in the area will see a new cultural heritage site installed after securing funding for the project.
A sustainable family cultural heritage site will be installed at the Waddi Housing offices on Carrington Street after $380,000 in grant funding was secured by the organisation.
Waddi Housing and Advancement Corporation coordinator Tamileigh Chirgwin led the campaign to secure the funding and credits the course she undertook at TAFE NSW as providing her with the skills and planning ability to secure funding for the project.
"This is a huge win for the Waddi organisation and the Darlington Point community and I have TAFE NSW to thank for it," Ms Chirgwin said.
"The Waddi community is so proud.
"They are working well together to achieve a professional, sustainable project."
Ms Chirgwin said the course helped her find a new mindset and allowed her to focus more on making sustainability a key facet of any applications.
"Before I did the course I thought very short-term - day by day really - but it opened up a whole new world to me," Ms Chirgwin said.
"It made the whole corporation think differently and the board is now thinking 30 years in advance, rather than just thinking the next month or year ahead."
The project is set to open to the public in June 2020.