Port Hedland’s NAIDOC calendar was full of exciting events last week, with many organisations around town coming together to join in the celebration of indigenous culture, heritage and achievements.
Spinifex Hill Studio in South Hedland celebrated with a morning tea feast of traditional food such as damper and kangaroo.
About 50 people, including local artists, enjoyed learning about the art inside the studio which preserves and records the indigenous culture in town.
Kangaroo stew, face-painting, jewellery-making, and painting workshops were some of the ways the Youth Involvement Council joined in to mark the occasion.
Colourful song and dance performances were provided by several young performers and the Torres Strait Island Dance Group.
South Hedland police showed off their new NAIDOC uniforms and manned a free sausage sizzle at Centenary Park, opposite South Hedland Shopping Centre.
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