108 Moore Street

Liverpool, NSW 2170

Level 2
178 Queen Street

Campbelltown, NSW 2560


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Connect Conversational English

Connect English is a conversational English program that connects volunteers with refugees seeking to develop spoken English skills and build friendships across cultures. Connect builds functional English to assist social inclusion and offers friendship and cross-cultural exchange between volunteers and participants.


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We have been able to make these resources possible with funding from Multicultural NSW.

Timothy Powell

Creative Director

Lisa R. Boone

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Meet our team

The people behind the program

Enquiries or enrolement

If you would like to enrol yourself, a child email the program coordinator or for referring organisations simply complete the referral form. There may be a waiting list for our programs, however you will be contacted by one of our team to confirm your enquiry. 

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Services & Support

We have a range of services, programs and projects currently being delivered. Find out what is right for you.

Financial Crisis

Western Sydney MRC has a range of financial crisis and emergency relief programs.


There are so many benefits of volunteering, or undertaking your work experience at Western Sydney MRC.


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