Dedicated team delivering a range of services and culturally appropriate driver training education to aimed at helping them retain and or attain their motor driver's licence (MDL)

  • For high school students with high attendance level
  • For school leavers at risk or those who would benefit from having a licence because it would enable them and their families to better access essential services such as health and education
  • For people who enrolled in higher studies or in workplace transition
  • For people in our community seeking a licence to enhance their prospects of entering the workforce or achieving career progression
  • department of transport
Enrol in our program

We have dedicated driver trainers in the East Kimberley. Let us help you choose the right program. Culturally engage driver trainers ready to deliver your lessons.

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Both our programs offer free lessons. These contribute towards obtaining your license. Contact us to tailor a program to meet your needs.

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Step 1 Support to pass your Theory Test

– Maintain basic pre-start and safety within the vehicle

– Provide basic driving skills within the vehicle

Step 2 Getting your
Hours Up

– We support local and remote communities, our culturally appropriate driving school, engage and deliver the lessons

Step 3 Hazard Perception Test

– We offer resources and website information to practice the test

– We provide the student with support before they attempt their Hazard Perception Test

Step 4 Learn to drive follow the steps to get your licence

– Choose between a manual or automatic vehicle

– Choose a driver

Meet our Driver Team

Wunan Driving Instructors are local to our community. Our team are licensed instructors who will support you in your journey to build your confidence in road rules and tailor an individual program to meet your individual need.

Michelle Bailey

Acting General Manager - Corporate Services

Michelle is the Program Manager of our Wunan Driver Training Program. She regularly engages with Elders and community members to arrange the delivery of the Programs.

All programs are offered to community members in need of assistance to obtain their licences in their own communities by appropriate instructors, to remove barriers to seek employment.

Kununurra WA 6743, Australia Contact
Anita Lewis

Business Administrator

Is our first point of contact and will book and manage your driving program. They will issue you with a lesson plan and remind you of each lesson.

This program is very popular,  so to be fair to all students we operate a strict ‘three strike’ policy for driver participants,  who don’t call to cancel appointments that cannot be kept. If we are not notified in advance driver participants will need to reapply to be part of the program.

Kununurra WA 6743, Australia Contact
Driving Instructors:
Tarn Dallavanzi

Driving Access & Equity Program Coordinator / Driving Instructor

Tarn is our Driver Equity Coordinator and has lived in Kununurra – Kimberley for 20 years, having worked for the Department of Education and Wunan Foundation. She regularly visits  surrounding communities to engage with youth, elderly and community members to arrange the delivery of the Driver Equity Program and provides support for driver participants.

Kununurra WA 6743, Australia Contact
Gen Murray

Driving Instructor

Is a Driver Trainer in Kununurra and has worked in the Education sector for over 10 years. She is very passionate driving instruction who maintains a good relationships with all her clients. Gen aspires to create a relaxed, calm learning environment for all her driver participants to assist them in achieving their best results. Reach out to Gen to answer any queries you may have.

Kununurra WA 6743, Australia Contact
Joylene Bradshaw

Driving Instructor

A Driver Trainer in Kununurra who has worked in the Community Service sector for over 10 years.

I am very keen to assist our driver participants in the community and remote areas to help obtain their Driver’s Licences.

Driving is a skill and I am passionate about the community and keen to build good relationships.

Kununurra WA 6743, Australia Contact
Bronson Morgan

Driver Educator

A Kimberley man, originally from Oombulgurri, who has lived in Wyndham and moved to Kununurra.

Bronson has worked in Mining and Resources, supporting Aboriginal employment opportunities through

training and upskilling for heavy machinery operators.

The range of services I have provided continues to expand, and I am excited to join the team.

Kununurra WA 6743, Australia Contact
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  • Track your well being journey
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