To empower people of all cultures and colours, one story and one tribe at a time


People of all cultures and colours have equal security, we belong, our sense of identity is strong, we live with purpose, our wellbeing is balanced and together, we don’t just survive, we thrive.







In the spirit of reconciliation, Diversity Network Australia acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their ongoing connections to land, sea and community.
We pay our respects to Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. DNA also acknowledges all Indigenous Peoples in Oceania and we respect their customs, traditions and their special relationship to the land and the ocean.
Artist : Kenisha Storer (14 years)

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    Your book adds to the increasing number and proud collection of stimulating historical and anecdotal accounts by Fijian authors about the rich tapestry of Fiji, the Pacific and her people throughout our evolution over the years. It is a very well written exposé of ‘One girl, two tribes. May more Fijian writers follow!

    HE Luke Daunivalu, Fiji High Commissioner to Australia

    One thing I truly appreciate about Bernie is that she was passionate about my growth and yearned for me to succeed more than l wanted it for myself. I am now very comfortable to be a young female from a minority background who is in a position of influence, not just to tick the diversity box, but because I am smart and exceptional in what I do.

    Lorraine Makumbe, National Injury Manager

    Thank you for penning such a wonderful book. I read it effortlessly and really enjoyed it. There are so many things I want to now discuss with others.  I have purchased a copy of your book to donate to our school library and hope to spread your amazing message to our beautiful multicultural young ladies at our college.


    Penny Curtis, Killester College