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NAIDOC Week, Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!

Join us during NAIDOC Week, this year held from 3 - 10 July and help us celebrate the history, culture and achievements at our NAIDOC week celebrations.

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About NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week is a time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements and recognise the contributions our Indigenous Australians make to our country and our communities across the Nation.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are proud to have a history of getting up, standing up, and showing up. From the early days of the frontier wars and early resistance fighters and activists to our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities continuing to fight for change today—they continue to show up. Now is the time. We, as a nation, cannot afford to lose momentum for change. We all must continue to Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! for systemic change and keep rallying around our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, Elders and communities.

What's on during NAIDOC week

Monday 4 July


NAIDOC Flag Raising Ceremony

Date: Monday  4 July 

Time: 9.30am to 10.30am

Where: Campbelltown City Council's forecourt - 91 Queen Street, Campbelltown. 

In the case of wet weather, the Flag Raising ceremony will be held in Campbelltown Council’s Civic Hall.

Please join us for the NAIDOC Flag Raising Ceremony that will commence the celebrations for NAIDOC week in Campbelltown CIty.



Street March

Date: Monday  4 July 

Time: Assemble at 10.30am 

Where: Outside Campbelltown City Council - 91 Queen Street, Campbelltown

Following the Flag Raising Ceremony, a street march will commence outside the Council building, heading down Queen Street and will finish at Campbelltown Arts Centre for the Community Connection Day event.

In the event of wet weather, the march will form a procession, rather than a march down Queen Street to Campbelltown Arts Centre. There will be a number of vehicles and a mini bus available to transport community members as needed following the same route.

See Event map for NAIDOC Week Celebrations in Campbelltown City(663KB, PDF) for the scheduled march route.



Community Connection Day

Date: Monday  4 July 

Time: 11am to 3pm

Where: Campbelltown Arts Centre Forecourt - 1 Art Gallery Road, Campbelltown. 

In the event of wet weather the event will be relocated inside Campbelltown Arts Centre.

This year, the Community Connection Day event will include a range of exciting activities for everyone to enjoy:


Wednesday 6 July (Postponed)


NAIDOC Touch Football Competition (Postponed)

Date: TBC - September

Time: 9am to 3pm

Where: Benham Oval, Guernsey Avenue, Minto

Contact: Vennessa Tompkins via email tomp1ven@police.nsw.gov.au

The annual NAIDOC Touch football competition is hosted by Macquarie Fields Local Area Command and Campbelltown City Council. 


Or, take a moment to watch

Video: Welcome to Country performed by Elder Aunty Glenda Chalker to acknowledge the First People of Australia.

Welcome to Country from Campbelltown City Council on Vimeo.

Date and time

  • Sunday 03 July 2022 / 12.00AM to Sunday 10 July 2022 / 11.59PM
    Past Event

Suitable for

Toddlers 0-4Kids 5-11Youth 12-17Young Adults 18 -24FamiliesAdultsSeniorsBusinessEveryone

Cost

This is a free community event.

Booking Information

No need to book. Drop in events.

Event category: CultureMusicOther Community Service
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