Celebrate NAIDOC Week 2024 at Rouse Hill Estate: A Day of Culture and Community

This week is NAIDOC WEEK!

A celebration and honour of rich cultures, histories, and achievements of First Nations peoples.

This year’s theme, “Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud,” highlights the strength and resilience of First Nations cultures in response to the 2023 referendum. 

Museums of History NSW is partnering with Muru Mittigar, a non-profit organisation, to host a FREE day of fun activities for the whole family; this celebration of First Nations cultures will take place on Dharug Country at Rouse Hill Estate. Danny Chifley had a chat with Dave Key, Visitor Services Coordinator for the Museums of History NSW, about the upcoming event on Sunday, July 14th.

This year’s program offers a diverse range of activities to cater to all interests. There will be a dance performance by the Khuna Family Dance Group, storytelling with Elders Uncle Wes Marne and Uncle Colin Locke,  didgeridoo performance and all-day drop-in activities such as weaving and wood carving. 

Check out the full program and book your FREE tickets online at www.naidoc.org.au

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