who we are

Dhinewan Mentoring was established by former NRL Player Jonathan Wright. Jonathan is a proud Gamilaroi/Dunghutti man, who has lived and resided on Darkinjung and Awabakal country.

Through his experience in the professional sporting industry he has been a significant mentor and role model for many people, communities and rugby league players. He is passionate about wellbeing and believes when people have a positive outlook and a strong connection to who they are, people become the best version of themselves. This shapes their ideas, values and how they engage in their day to day lives.

Jonathan has been performing and teaching Aboriginal dance for over 20 years, he has also been involved in developing the War Cry for the Indigenous All Stars and performed in the Opening Ceremony of the 2004 Rugby Union World Cup. He is renowned for his leadership style and excellent ability to engage and encourage people of all backgrounds.

Our decisions today, create our future tomorrow.



We provide high-quality mentoring programs in Culture, leadership and wellbeing to build a solid foundation of skills and attributes required for a successful future. Contact us below:

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