A white tile on an indigenous coloured background. In the tile on the left is an photo of Professor Marcia Langton and on the right are words: Keep up the good work with our covid-19 practices.
Watch Professor Marcia Langton’s, ‘Let’s all stay healthy’ message on why we can’t let our guard down during the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions.
A structure of iron and metal sheeting stands on blocks of concrete. In the foreground is red soil and in the background are trees and a setting sun.
Government support is helping remote Indigenous communities during the coronavirus shutdown and ensuring stability into the future.
In the image is a family of four. A mum and dad with son and daughter sitting on a bench talking to each other outdoors.
Feeling worried and stressed because of COVID-19 is normal and children might be feeling the same way.
An elderly woman with grey hair sits on a mat with painting equipment in front of her. In the background is red soil, grass, a shrub and the ocean.
Award-winning Yolngu printmaker and bark painter Banduk Marika AO travels into the bush to gather materials and teach her children and grandchildren...
On a brown and yellow background there are two circles each containing the photo of a man. The first photo includes a man in a blue shirt and black cap and the second photos includes a man in a black hat and black t-shirt with colourful dot painting.
Doomadgee State School in North West Queensland has a creative answer to keeping students learning and engaged during COVID-19.

Community Finder

Words 'Indigenous Voice' appear on a dark grey background with wavy blue, black and white lines with dots and circles at right and beige colour at far right.
Find out about the co-design process to develop models for local, regional and national elements of an Indigenous voice.

Find your Regional Office

Contact your Regional Office to discuss programs and services in your area.

Subscribe for email updates

Submit your email address for weekly news, stories and information from indigenous.gov.au. Read our privacy information before subscribing.