Karim Khan

Programs Coordinator Aboriginal Heritage Unit (AHU)
Department of Parks and Wildlife

Karim is a Noongar man with connections to country to the Donnybrook, Collie, Busselton, Bunbury areas in the south-west. He has worked for the Department of Parks and Wildlife for 20 years.

Roles over the years include a seasonal firefighter, Conservation employee, Aboriginal Training Supervisor, Project officer with south West Native Title section and now with the AHU. Karim has made a significant contribution to increasing understanding of Noongar culture and how people live with their country and ensuring all Aboriginal interests are considered in relation to Parks and Wildlife legislation and policies. He shares his knowledge of traditional skills and practices, and how they are applied to today’s world through participation in education activities, community events and community development programs, including the Noongar Language Program.



Beverley Rebbeck

Land Operations Officer/Land Branch
Department of Indigenous Affairs

Beverley Rebbeck is a Noongar Woman. Her father’s country is the Kaniyang and her mother’s country is the Wilman from the south-west, of WA.

Beverley has worked in Aboriginal Affairs throughout the State of WA, with all levels of Commonwealth, State and Local Government programs and has had the opportunity to work with many Aboriginal People and Aboriginal Communities.

Beverley has a strong commitment to Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Management, Reconciliation and the preservation of Aboriginal Oral Histories and Languages.



Farley Garlett