Hume NAIDOC week pays tribute to Indigenous achievements and reconciliation journey
Hume City Council is honouring National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Day of Celebration (NAIDOC) Week with a ceremonial bush tucker walk and planting event, which will pay tribute to the area’s native bush vegetation and natural environment. The event is co-hosted by Kangan Institute and will include staff and students from Kangan Institute and members from the Traditional Custodians of the region, the Gunung-Willam-Balluk of the Wurundjeri.
Thursday, 29 June 2:30 to 4:30 pm Indigenous Education Centre, Kangan Institute Building 40, Pearcedale Parade, Broadmeadows more information
Join the City if Whittlesea for a day of family-focused activities to celebrate NAIDOC Week
We have partnered with the Ngarara Willim Centre at RMIT to offer a range of activities, including a guided tour of the Keelbundoora Scarred Tree and Heritage Trail at the Bundoora West Campus led by Wurundjeri elder, Ian Hunter.
Thursday, 6 July 2017 10:00AM — 1:00PM RMIT Bundoora West Campus, Plenty Road Bundoora
Phone 9217 2174 or Register
Ge ta copy of the NAIDOC poster link