Today Michaela, Christy & David from ATSILS Murgon office joined in festivities at the Cherbourg NAIDOC Community Open Day. Rain couldn’t dampen spirits & celebration of strong continuing culture with a large turnout at the The Ration Shed Museum.
The crowd enjoyed camp fire oven feeds, hand painting and boomerang painting for the kids. There were range of stalls and deadly performances by traditional Wakka Wakka dancers.
It was a great day out with the local Cherbourg Aboriginal Community and broader community, celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, cultures and achievement on the traditional lands of the Wakka Wakka people.