There is plenty still going on during the remainder of NAIDOC week around the Byron Shire, giving everyone the chance to understand and appreciate our Australian heritage and culture.
Join the annual NAIDOC Week celebrations throughout the region from July 8 to 11.
People are invited to join together and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture at our annual NAIDOC Celebrations with a celebration day in Lismore, movies in Byron and a week of events taking place in Ballina.
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.
Funding available to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and Aboriginal people during NAIDOC week.
Lismore is preparing for its annual NAIDOC Celebration Day, which recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. The annual free event will be held at the Lismore Showgrounds on Thursday (30 June) from 10am to 2pm.
Around 250 participants in yesterday's morning's NAIDOC celebration in Byron Bay were cheered on as they paraded through town.
Heather McGregor, director, Aboriginal Learning Circle at North Coast TAFE. North Coast TAFE, including the Aboriginal Learning Circle, are celebrating NAIDOC week from July 5-12, when North Coast TAFE campuses will celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
A Lismore musician is taking to the sidewalks to raise $20,000 for his first studio album, The Gold Album.
Aboriginal songman Archie Roach delivered a heartfelt performance for NAIDOC week at the Lismore campus of Southern Cross University yesterday. Today Roach performs at the SCU Gold Coast campus.
Acclaimed Australian singer Archie Roach will headline NAIDOC celebrations at Southern Cross University in Lismore this week.
It was a full house yesterday in Stan Robinson Park next to the Byron Shire Council Chambers in Mullumbimby for the official Flag Raising Ceremony and NAIDOC Week Awards. Arakwal elder Aunty Dulcie gave a welcome to country and the Bundjalung Dancers... Read More →
After recently stepping down as Arakwal Corporation CEO after 17 years, Yvonne Stewart received the Leader Of The Year award at Monday’s NAIDOC ceremony in Mullumbimby.
NAIDOC has changed from being a day of protest to a week of celebration. This year’s events celebrated 20 years since Mabo and 40 since the establishment of the Tent Embassy. Dcoumentary Sharon Shostak
NAIDOC has changed from being a day of protest to a week of celebration. This year’s events celebrated 20 years since Mabo and 40 since the establishment of the Tent Embassy. Video dcoumentary Sharon Shostak