Penrith City Council will celebrate NAIDOC Week 2023 with a program of community activities and events taking place across our City from Sunday 2 to Sunday 9 July.
Don’t miss the main NAIDOC event and one of the state’s largest NAIDOC celebrations on Friday, 7 July, at Jamison Park from 10am to 3pm. This free community event will feature performances from First Nations artists, market stalls, workshops, a BBQ lunch and more.
“One of the highlights of our main event will be a performance from Aboriginal dance company, Jannawi Dance Clan (pictured). Centred on Indigenous storytelling through dance and performance, the clan’s name means ‘with me, with you’ in Darug language,” a Council Spokesperson said.
“NAIDOC Week is an opportunity to celebrate the significance of our Aboriginal heritage and the important contribution Penrith’s Aboriginal population make in our community.
“Come along to one of our NADIOC events and join us in celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, history and heritage!”
Penrith NAIDOC 2023
Sunday 2 to Sunday 9 July 2023
Find out more at Penrith.city/NAIDOC