An Invasion Day rally will be held outside the Lismore courthouse on Friday as part of a nation-wide protest to coincide with Australia Day celebrations.
Rallies are also being organised in every capital city, and many regional centres, across Australia.
Organisers said this year marks 230 years since British military forces invaded Gadigal land and declared British rule over this continent.
One hundred and fifty years later a group of Aboriginal men and women met in the Australia Hall in Sydney to declare January 26 a Day of Mourning.
Since then, among many Aboriginal people and their supporters, January 26 has either been referred to as Invasion Day or Survival Day.
Kleon Toffeti of Kyogle has organised this year’s rally in Lismore, and so far the Facebook event has 150 people indicating they will attend, with another 434 people interested.
The Lismore rally will kick off at 9am .