05 Jul 2021

From 5 to 9 July, join us virtually to celebrate the history and culture of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, with range of activities.

Past Events

NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. More information below on the celebrations.


Join us to celebrate the history and culture of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Welcome to Country, Smoking Ceremony and Digeridoo Performance- cancelled due to COVID restrictions 

Virtual Sound Meditation with Didgeridoo
Tuesday 6 July | 11am - 11.30am 
Book here. For those that can't make it, a recording will be available for 72 hours after the live class. The recorded session will be sent to those who have booked. 

Guillaume uses a mix of guided meditation and the sound of his didgeridoo to help guide you into a deep sense of relaxation, inner balance and harmony. The didgeridoo’s unique sound and its wide range of low frequency sound waves enables you to quickly and easily achieve deep meditative brainwave states of theta and delta. It is in these brainwave states that we may achieve our highest healing potential for both physical and mental health by re-engaging our mind body connection.

Virtual Indigenous Art Class
Friday 9 July | 12.30pm - 1.15pm

Participate in our virtual live Indigenous art workshop, led by artist Beverley Egan, from home. Please feel free to ask your kids to join in if they are home too! All you will need to participate in this workshop is:

  • paper or a canvas (if you have one)
  • acrylic paint (at least two colours)
  • cotton buds

We can send you an art kit straight to your home. Bookings are essential. Book here