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This NAIDOC week from the 7th- 14th July 2024, The AICCM encourages all members to participate in events around Australia, celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.

Images and listed events provided by NAIDOC, including the National NAIDOC logo.


Learn more about the 2024 theme Blak, Loud and Proud here!


Visit the NAIDOC website to find events in your local area or check out below for some highlights

National Film and Sound Archive

Written and directed by Larissa Behrendt, this award-winning documentary celebrates the tenacity, strength and achievements of the Maralinga people, who fought for the clean-up of radioactive and other contamination, for compensation, and for the handback in 2009 of the Maralinga Village and test sites. 

Following the screening, join for a Q&A with the film’s director, Euaheleyai/Gamullaroi woman Professor Larissa Behrendt AO. Saturday 13/07/24- 14:30, $16 full, $12 concession. 

Celebrate NAIDOC Festival

A family friendly community event celebrating culture. Free rides, performers, dance group, market stalls, food trucks. The Station, 8 The Avenue, Birtinya QLD 4575 Sunday 14/07/2024 – 10:00 – 14:00, free cost of entry. 

Arrertnte Storytelling and Elders Morning Tea

The community event will include: 1) Arrernte Story Time by Maureen Jipiyiliya Nampijinpa O’Keefe reading “Mum’s Elephant” 2) Arts and Craft activity with a focus on “honouring the enduring strength and vitality of First Nations culture” 3) Sausage Sizzle for bringing the community in. 4) Elders Morning Tea to celebrate and honour First Nations Leaders.   Friday 12 July, 10am-12pm, Alice Springs Public Library Lawns, free cost of entry. 

Pijirrdi Warlalja: Strong Families

Flinders Lane Gallery and Warlukurlangu Artists collaboration. Open Tuesday 25/06/24 11:00- Saturday 13/07/24- 17:00  with free cost of entry. 

NAIDOC Week Shorts

From Boorloo to the misty scrub of Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Country, our NAIDOC Week film program presents six short films on Blak resilience and excellence.

ACMI Tuesday 09/07/2024 19:30 – Tuesday 09/07/2024 21:15 $12-18 cost of entry. 

Celebrate NAIDOC Week in Darling Harbour

To celebrate NAIDOC Week, Darling Harbour will be putting on a special NAIDOC themed fireworks, Welcome to Country, Smoking Ceremony, and more! Saturday 13/07/2024 – 20:45, free cost of entry. 

Monday Noongar Language Classes

Learn to speak Noongar – the official language spoken by Aboriginal people from WA’s southwest! Start your Noongar language journey in a gentle-paced, engaging and inclusive environment, with lessons led by Noongar Language Teacher Tamara Tucker. All classes are designed to be relaxed and informal, with a different area covered each week. Tickets $5 per person, per class Suitable for all ages and abilities. Flinders Park Community Centre, Broadbeach Blvd Hillarys

‘kapi wala’ Exhibition

A group exhibition of paintings and ceramics, celebrating the artists of Iwiri Arts and KU Arts. The Gallery at St Peters, 101 Payneham Road, St Peters SA Friday 21/06/2024 18:00 – Saturday 27/07/2024 16:00, free cost of entry. 

NAIDOC Art & Storytelling Workshop

Join us in NAIDOC Week 2024 for an interactive art and storytelling workshop lead by Kyle Sampson-Booth. Headspace, Mount Barker, Wednesday 10/07/2024 – 15:30 – Wednesday 10/07/2024 – 17:00.