The event embraces the theme for NAIDOC 2013 – We value the vision: Yirrkala Bark Petitions 1963. This year marks the 50th anniversary the Yirrkala Bark Petitions were presented to Federal Parliament, an important milestone in Indigenous history.
NAIDOC in the City will host a variety of activities including… Performances from artists such as the Street Warriors, Leah Flanagan, Bow and Arrow and funny man Kevin Kropinyeri. A celebration of Yolngu culture through dance with all welcome to join in around our Dancestry circle. Art and culture displays from the Australian Museum, Taronga Zoo and The Eora Journey, plus an opportunity to try your hand at traditional basket weaving. An interactive Kids Zone including art and culture workshops plus performances from Move It Mob Style hosts. Traditional foods, arts and crafts will also be available.
If you would like to apply to be involved in the marketplace, you can download the application form here. Hosted by the City of Sydney and produced by Vibe Australia, enjoy a day in the park with family and friends, traditional food, arts and entertainment! (Include CoS, NAIDOC and Vibe Logos)