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Large group of people in different exercise wear walk along a path next to a lake on the right and a building on the left behind which are many flags on poles and all in a line.
Event | 13 Feb 2020
Join the Indigenous Marathon Foundation (IMF) for the Closing the Gap Fun Run and Walk at Lake Burley Griffin.
Indigenous woman writing on paper with a pen and the Aboriginal flag in the background, a laptop computer in the foreground and the following words displayed: Top tips for writing your Aboriginal Benefit Grant Application
Announcements | 28 Jan 2020
The Aboriginals Benefit Account (ABA) funding round is now open and closes 20 March 2020.
A young woman holding a glass trophy wearing a blue shirt is standing in front of a yellow screen that reads “Young Australian of the Year”.
Stories | 28 Jan 2020
Congratulations 2020 Young Australian of the Year Ash Barty.
A young girl wearing a grey t-shirt and black hat, looking at the camera. She is standing in front of a paddock with cows.
Stories | 24 Jan 2020
The inaugural camps of the Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy were launched in Cairns and Townsville over the past two weeks.
An Aboriginal man in black hat and black singlet with Aboriginal flag on it holds two sticks as he stands on a hill covered in dry grass. In the background is a blue sky, more hills and fields and trees.
Stories | 22 Jan 2020
Barry Gilson relates the story of creation as told by the Wathaurung people.
Ten people posing in individual photos each with a coloured background. To the right, the words "Australian of the Year Awards 2020 Celebrating 60 years" appears.
Stories | 21 Jan 2020
Recognising the exceptional achievements of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in sport, music, the arts, health and education.
At left is a small circular logo featuring white human shaped image on a background of dots in circular pattern. At right are 3 images of Indigenous people holding plate shaped trophies. Images are on a black background with yellow dot formation above.
Stories | 21 Jan 2020
NAIDOC Week 2020 is a chance to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Indigenous Australians.
The words In This Together National Reconcilitation Week 2020 27 May dash 3 June appear on a purple background with orange and blue circles linked with a brown chain.
Announcements | 21 Jan 2020
Reconciliation Australia has announced the theme for National Reconciliation Week (NRW) 2020 is In This Together.
Dark grey text of the words "Community Engagement Snapshot" on a white background with a red and yellow logo with the words Coalition of Peaks logo written in the top left hand corner. In the top right hand corner is written January 2020.
Announcements | 16 Jan 2020
The Coalition of Peaks, in partnership with Australian governments, have conducted an engagement process on the Closing the Gap refresh.
A man and woman standing in front of a market stall selling colourful Boomerangs
Event | 8 Mar 2020
La Perouse NSW

The Blak Markets will kick off the year back on Bare Island on Sunday 9 February with Aboriginal stallholders selling their arts and crafts with everything from native plants to award winning jewellery to silk scarves featuring Aboriginal design.

There will be a wonderful festival line up of both contemporary and cultural performances featuring cultural dance performances by Djiriba Waagur and free interactive session for the kids with Larry Brandy Storytellers.

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