Four Indigenous women in blues shirts stand shoulder to shoulder. They wear blue and yellow shirts. Behind them is a sign with a logo featuring an eagle’s head.
Four Deadly Sista Girlz mentors have been selected to play for one of the AFLW’s newest teams, the West Coast Eagles.
NAIDOC Week – Local Grant Applications open, closes 30 March, 2020
The 2020 NAIDOC Week local grant round is now open; communities can apply for a grant to host an activity during NAIDOC Week.
A young girl dressed in a t-shirt with Aboriginal flag design (black bar at top, red at bottom and yellow disc in middle) stands with an elderly man dressed in red shirt and fur cloak in front of a seascape.
Take a tour through Wadawurrung country, learn where to find food and how the land was created.
One Indigenous man and two Indigenous women dressed mainly in black, sit on a black couch. In the background is a white wall and some indoor plants. On the floor is a grey carpet.
Passionate and innovative young adults are making a difference across regional Australia.
Group of 9 casually dressed Indigenous young adults stand on a black floor in front of three banners which display a logo and the word Heywire.
Heywire means putting ideas into action and making a bunch of friends along the way.

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