NAIDOC Week is celebrated across Australia every July, celebrating the culture, history and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The 2018 NAIDOC Week theme Because of her, we can! aims to honour and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and the role they have played, and continue to play, at all levels in the community.
NAIDOC Week 2018 celebrations will be held on the Gold Coast from Saturday 7 July and continue through to Sunday 15 July.
Jubilee Park, Beaudesert
Saturday, July 7, 10am – 2pm
Family family fun, basket weaving, didgeridoo lessons, painting workshops, petting zoo and much more!
Kalwun Community Care Service, 118 Bonogin Road, Bonogin
Monday, July 9, 9am – 11.30am
Monday, July 9, official opening 2pm – 3pm
Jullurgal Cultural Centre, 1711 Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads
Daily viewings are between 8.30am – 2.30pm until July 23, 2018
Bond University Amphitheatre, 14 University Drive, Robina
Tuesday, July 10, commencing 9.30am sharp
Gold Coast Campus, Parklands Drive, Southport
Tuesday, July 10, commencing, 10am – 2pm
Cultural activities and performances will be held
Kalwun Child and Support Services, 14 Kortum Drive, Burleigh Heads
Tuesday, July 10, commencing, 11.30am – 1pm
Play based event with entertainment for children under 8
Firth Park, Mudgeeraba
Wednesday, July 11, 10am – 2pm
A day of fun, cultural activities and stalls
1711 Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads
Thursday, July 12, 5.30pm for a 6pm screening – 7.45pm
RSVP by July 10 on 07 5525 5955 (limited places)
Cnr Marine Parade and McLean Street, Coolangatta
Friday, July 13, 10am onwards
Amphitheatre, Bond University
Sunday, July 15