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NAIDOC week in Byron: art, film, flags and family

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Nickolla Clark with one of her paintings 'Bulla Wajung', two dolphins, at the Bundjalung Art Exhibition opening at Byron Bay Surf Club on Monday (July 3). Photo Jeff Dawson
Nickolla Clark with one of her paintings ‘Bulla Wajung’, two dolphins, at the Bundjalung Art Exhibition opening at Byron Bay Surf Club on Monday (July 3). Photo Jeff Dawson

NAIDOC week kicked off in Byron Shire yesterday, with the raising of the Aboriginal flag at the Council Chambers in Mullumbimby and the opening of a Bundjalung art exhibition at the Byron Bay Surf Club.

The exhibition continues until this Friday (July 7) until 5pm daily.

Still to come are: the 10th annual Arakwal Naidoc Film Night at Byron Community Centre tonight (Tuesday July 4) from 6.30pm (tickets $10 at the door); a family fun day at Mullumbimby Neighbourhood Centre tomorrow (Wednesday July 5) from 11am (free); plus the official Bundjalung of Byron Bay Family Cultural Day on Thursday (July 6), gathering at Railway Park at 10am and proceeding to Main Beach at 11am (free).

The Bunyarra Dancers at Monday's (July 3) Bundjalung Art Exhibition opening at Byron Surf Club. Photo Jeff Dawson
The Bunyarra Dancers at Monday’s (July 3) Bundjalung Art Exhibition opening at Byron Surf Club. Photo Jeff Dawson


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