Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud – 7 to 14 July 2024

NAIDOC Week provides the opportunity for all Australians to come together and celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

'Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud' is the official theme of NAIDOC Week 2024, which runs from July 7 till July 14. 

Information on NAIDOC Week events in the Inner West is below.  

NAIDOC Week 2024

View more NAIDOC Week events on Council's What's On Calendar and on the NAIDOC Week website.

Take look at some other ways to celebrate First Nations heritage during NIADOC Week below. 

Aboriginal Survival Memorial, Yeo Park, Ashfield

People wandering though an artwork in a park made up of large sandstone boulders arranged in a spiral

Created by artists Nicole Monks and Maddison Gibbs, Breathe is a stunning site-specific work celebrating the survival and resilience of the Gadigal and Wangal people. Learn more

Inner West Libraries

Pick up a good read during NAIDOC Week. View our collection of First Nations classics

Story Box

If you are a member of the Inner West Council Library Service, you can access "Story Box".

Story Box features a series of children's stories written, illustrated and narrated by First Nation artists. 

Take a look at Story Box 

Uluru Statement of the Heart 

Inner West Council proudly supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart. Learn more about the Uluru Statement

Cooks River Oral Histories 

Inner West Council is a proud supporter of the Cooks River.  Check out these oral histories from local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members as they share with us what the river means to them.

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Page last updated: 08 Jul 2024