Burramatta NAIDOC

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Jannawii dancers in Parramatta
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Celebrate more than 60,000 years of culture at this family-friendly festival

Wander through the market and see First Nations artists perform traditional and contemporary dance at this family-friendly festival. Each year, there’s also a collection of free workshops and activities, dance and music at the corroboree circle, plus a feast to share with the community using native Australian ingredients.

This year’s NAIDOC Week theme is 'Voice. Treaty. Truth. Let's work together for a shared future'. The events and activities for this year's festival will revolve around that idea of shared social resposibility, acceptance of history and a culturally diverse and united future.

The festival is also part of a wider Indigenous event program being introduced by the City of Parramatta. Warami is a Darug word meaning “good to see you”, and this series encompass some of the biggest days on the calendar recognising the achievements and experiences of First Nations peoples.

By: Time Out editors



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