NAIDOC Week 2-9 July Celebrations in Hume & Whittlesea

Posted by Sharyn Rognrust, Category: Aboriginal Health & Wellbeing, Closing the Gap, NAIDOC, National Celebration,

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