Meet our Team

Erina Morunga

Registered Migration Agent

Erina was born in Auckland, NZ, is of Ngapuhi descent originally from the Hokianga and grew up in Northland - Te Ahu Ahu and Moerewa. She has a Bachelor of Education and Post Graduate Certificate in Migration Law & Practice. Erina has been living in Australia since 2007, is married, has 6 children and 7 grandchildren. She has a strong sense of justice which has been her driving motivation to make a positive difference for fellow New Zealand citizens living in Australia. She enjoys art, music, hanging out with her animals and loves to spend time gardening and socialising with friends and family.

Emily Van Eyk

Accounts Manager/Migration Assistant

Emily was born in Kaitaia, NZ and grew up in Taipa, Doubtless Bay. She has a Diploma in Business, a Diploma in Children Services and a Certificate II in Te Ara Reo Māori. Emily works full time as our accounts manager and migration assistant. She is also currently studying a Bachelor in Commerce and Accounting through the University of Adelaide and aims to become a migration agent in the next 4-5 years. She has been living on and off in Australia since 2005, is married and has 2 children. She enjoys healthy living, fitness, playing touch, netball and rugby and recently took up AFL! She is also a very talented artist and loves the Māori arts and crafts including making korowai, taniko and educational games for kids. Emily enjoys camping, hanging at the beach, taking good care of her health - mentally, physically and spiritually and of course, spending time with friends and family.

Glenda Emery

Administration Manager/Migration Assistant

Glenda is of Ngapuhi descent originally from the Hokianga and grew up on Hupara Road, Moerewa in the Northland region. She is married and has 3 grown children and is based in Whangaparoa, Auckland. Glenda has spent many years involved in the Netball and Basketball circuits as an organiser, facilitator and coach. She enjoys travelling and spending quality time with family and friends and her goal is to work in an area that has real meaning and purpose which is what attracted her to join us. She plans to study the Graduate in New Zealand Immigration Advice later this year and be the Trans-Tasman connecting link between our Australian based company and New Zealand.

Tania Beattie

Training Administration/Migration Assistant

Tania was born in Kawakawa hospital, is of Ngapuhi heritage and grew up in both Moerewa and Te Ahu Ahu, Northland. She has taken the leap from mining into the migration space and is ready for a whole new career change and change of direction. She plans to start her Bachelor in Commerce and Accounting later this year and is our newest addition to our team starting January 2021. She is a talented musician, singer and avid 4WD and motorcycle enthusiast! She recently moved from Kambalda, WA to Mackay QLD and has recently settled into her new home in Naracoorte, SA. She has experienced the journey of immigration processes first hand and believes it is always best to obtain dual citizenship so you are covered under all laws in Australia and are not disadvantaged in any way whatsoever.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

17 Ormerod Street

Naracoorte

SA 5271

SOUTH AUSTRALIA (Virtual Office)

271 Flinders Street

Adelaide

SA 5000

QUEENSLAND (Virtual Office)

Westfield Chermside

Level 2, 395 Hamilton Road

CHERMSIDE CENTRE

QLD 4032 

NEW SOUTH WALES (Virtual Office)

3/55 Pyrmont Bridge Road

Pyrmont 

NSW 2009


 

POSTAL ADDRESS:

 

MORUNGA MIGRATION

P.O. Box 1210

Naracoorte

SA 5271

Australia

 

 

info@morungamigration.com.au

Mob: +61 404 109 112 (Emily)

Mob: +61 433 485 556 (Erina)

  • Grey Facebook Icon
  • Grey LinkedIn Icon
  • Grey Twitter Icon
  • Grey Instagram Icon

MARN: 1797713

 

Member of the Migration Institute of Australia: 17820

 

Code of Conduct

Consumer Guide

Ethical Framework

 

 

 

 

 

 

    17820     

We acknowledge and pay our respects first and foremost, to the Traditional Owners both past and present, of this land.

We also acknowledge their ongoing struggle for justice, recognition and acknowledgement and that we, as migrants,

have a particular responsibility to be better educated about the history of this country.

In a democratic nation, our strongest voice will come when we have the ability to vote for change.

To do that we need to become Australian citizens.

© 2017 by Erina Morunga

Registered Migration Agent

proudly made with Wix.com