NAIDOC Week 2022 at Rouse Hill Estate
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Unfortunately this event has been cancelled due to severe wet weather and the poor and hazardous site conditions at Rouse Hill Estate. We have made this difficult decision with the safety of our visitors, performers and facilitators in mind. All event registrants will be notified via email.
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This year’s theme is ‘Get up! Stand up! Show up!’ Connect with Aboriginal culture, past and present, through activities including dance, performances, storytelling and art.
Celebrate NAIDOC Week by connecting to First Nations culture, through Storytelling with Uncle Wes Marne. Experience a corroboree by Nulungu Dreaming and enjoy performances by Gumaroy Newman. Connect with country through weaving and painting.
NAIDOC Week is celebrated by Australians from all walks of life. It’s a great opportunity to participate in a range of activities and get to know and support your local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
Stay tuned for more information available closer to this event.
- This is an outdoor event and will proceed in wet weather, except in extreme conditions. Please dress appropriately.
- There is no parking on site due to unsuitable event parking conditions.
Free return shuttle buses will run every 15 minutes during the event from Tallawong Station and Rouse Hill Station to Rouse Hill Estate. Limited parking is available at each station. Please check back on this page closer to the event.
Budjari Naami Darug Nurawa. Good to see you on Darug Country.
Our museums and places are on Aboriginal land. As we walk together and tread gently on this country we acknowledge the Darug people, the traditional custodians, and pay respect to the Elders, past and present, and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Aboriginal people have a deep and continuing cultural attachment to this country and are the rightful interpreters of their history and heritage.
We acknowledge the impact Rouse Hill Estate has had on Aboriginal Country and that this impact continues to be felt today. Was, is, and always will be Aboriginal land.