Women & Men Together

Women and Men Working Together

It’s important for our men and women to be able to work and then heal together for the betterment of our communities.

Since 2005 we have been working with men, and, as a result of being continually asked by Elders and Traditional Custodians where we have worked, in 2012 we began to work with women and children.

One thing that has continually risen from working with our lads across the breadth of Australia has been that our men can’t do it on their own and we need the support of our women, children and whole of community.

We believe that to build strong communities – we need to have strong relationships. This includes our own relationship with culture and country, our own identity and that of our communities.

We offer programs for men, women and both men and women together as we feel that we have a lot to learn from each other as far as our shared and separate histories are and what our hopes are for the future.

At Mibbinbah we respect and acknowledge Men’s and Women’s business and will always work with local mobs to establish trust and respect firstly. We will always ask if it is possible for us to work with both males and females, this is about working together for the future of our children and grandchildren. It is about working together to find solutions for critical concerns and issues in their communities and then finding solutions to address these concerns and issues with available resources.


Jack and Lisa Bulman are proud Aboriginal people who are passionate about Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people’s social and emotional wellbeing, working together in their highest and best.

Jack Bulman is a Muthi Muthi man from Sth Western NSW and Lisa Bulman is a Gundijtmara woman from Warrnambool Victoria. Both have very strong ties back to country. They have five children between them plus a friendly dog Kaya, a new puppy Shadow and their cat Rosie.

Some comments about our workshops:


“Big thanks to Mibbinbah for coming back for follow up and a huge thanks to Charlie Fay and the Men’s group for their amazing commitment and work to organise the yummy lunches and morning teas. I feel so blessed to be part of and see what comes of it and I know I am talking for all of us women at Tweed heads that have been involved. Love and respect to Jack and Lisa Bulman for all the hard work and persistence and their amazing leadership and facilitating. These guys work so well together and the process has been a huge learning curve for both us women and our men. I know it’s going to be huge and change so many lives with the tools we have been given. We can’t wait for the next instalment."

Tweed Heads, 2019 Participant

"Keep doing the beautiful work you are doing, there is something so special about what you do, I don’t normally open up and tell my story, but you fellas created a space to enable me to feel safe and welcomed. I can’t wait for the Train The Trainer workshops. I love what you fellas do."

Tif, 2019 Toowoomba.

"You work so well together and I have never seen facilitators so calm and relaxed, it made the space for us as participants a great place to be and in the end we didn’t want it to finish. I was also amazed at the way Jack and Lisa were able to read the room and ask the most appropriate questions."

Male participant. 2019 Toowoomba

"Had and awesome 2- day workshop on Healing and social and emotional wellbeing, great facilitators, I would recommend these presenters and workshops to everyone. Thank you to our deadly facilitators Jack & Lisa Bulman."

Milly 2019 Goondiwindi