NAIDOC week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians from all walks of life. The week is a great opportunity to participate in a range of activities and to support your local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
Monday July 8th - Naidoc March Raymond Terrace; proudly supported by Port Stephens Council
FLAG RAISING / PSC Morning Tea
Meet @ Raymond Terrace Cenotaph 9:00am
Marching to Port Stephens Council Forecourt @ 9:30am
(arrive 10 – 10:15)
Flag Raising / Speeches 10:30am
Morning Tea 11:00am
Wednesday July 10th - Naidoc March Nelson Bay - TBC; proudly supported by the Worimi Conservation Land Board & NPWS
Meet @ Nelson Bay Bowling Club 9:00am
Marching to Apex Park Cenotaph 9:30am - TBC
Arrive approx 10 – 10:15am
Laying of the Wreath 10:15 – 10:30
(Welcome to Country / Prayer)
Light BBQ and Entertainment (Closes 2pm)
Friday July 12th - Family Fun Day at the Murrock Cultural Centre
Family Fun / Entertainment / BBQ / Oakvale Farm Animal Pen, Jumping Castles and Rides... more information to come.
Saturday 28 June to Thursday 1 August 2019 - Raymond Terrace Art Space Port Stephens Council NAIDOC Art exhibition "Worimi Wildflowers" by Pauline Coxon.
Art Exhibition by Worimi Artist Pauline Coxon entitled "Worimi Wildflowers" showcasing prints of flowers such as the Flannel flower, Christmas Bells and the Gymea Lilly.
Raymond Terrace Art Space/Library; 18A Sturgeon Street, Raymond Terrace