Cultural and creative life

World’s longest living cultures celebrated at NAIDOC in the City 2018

Sydneysiders gathered to experience Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, food and music.

  • A highlight of NAIDOC Week

    NAIDOC in the City celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and their continued importance.

  • Because of her, we can!

    This year’s theme honoured the contribution of Indigenous women.

  • Muggera dancers perform

    The members for Muggera come from a long line of a cultural leaders, song men, world-class dancers and didgeridoo players.

  • Sue Ray

    The multi-award winning singer/songwriter captivated the crowds.

  • Youngsters were kept busy

    Fun outdoor activities included arts workshops, Indigenous games and sports clinics.

  • Miss Ellaneous

    An original Darwin diva, the performer is a true FIFO queen.

  • A feast for everyone

    The earth oven was fired up.

  • Electric Fields

    Some of the beats on the day came thanks to the dance/electronic ensemble.

  • Sydneysiders explored the culture hub

    Elders were present, along with representatives from art galleries, museums and educational organisations.

  • Fun for all ages

    As well as storytelling and cultural workshops, families could cuddle up to a critter thanks to the Zoomobile from Taronga Zoo.