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Coonabarabran Local Aboriginal Land Council proudly brings you the NAIDOC Week celebrations for Coonabarabran in partnership with a number of organisations across the Warrumbungle Shire.

PLEASE NOTE DETAILS are Subject to Change
Most events for the week are at the Coonabarabran Town Hall
We will do our best to keep this page updated

See Coonabarabran Local Aboriginal Land Council Facebook page
Email: coonabarabran.lalc2357@gmail.com
Phone: (02) 68423137
61 John Street, Coonabarabran

NAIDOC CALENDAR 2023
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NAIDOC Opening

Gathering

Sunday 2nd July

10.30am - 1:00pm

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Events to Come

CLALC are connecting with a variety of organisations to bring activities for all ages across Coonabarabran and the Warrumbungle Shire.

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NAIDOC Reading for Kids

11am - 12 Midday Coonabarabran Library

NAIDOC 2023

CLALC are connecting with a variety of organisations to bring activities for all ages across Coonabarabran and the Warrumbungle Shire.

Coonabarabran NAIDOC Week 2023
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Lingo Bingo 

Wed 5th10am - 12 midday Coonabarabran Town Hall

Wed 5th 1pm - 3pm Coonabarabran Town Hall

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NAIDOC Activities

Activities for 10 -16 years old

 Thurs 6th1pm - 3pm Coonabarabran Town Hall

Children’s Disco

Children from 0-8 are welcome from 5pm and children 9 + years welcome from 6.30pm.

Finishes 8.30pm

Thursday 6th July Coonabarabran Town Hall

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Indigenous Round Binnaway Sports

Binnaway Oval

Binnaway Bombshells Vs Coonabarabran Unicorns

Friday 7th 6.30pm

The 2023 National NAIDOC Week theme is For Our Elders

Across every generation, our Elders have played, and continue to play, an important role and hold a prominent place in our communities and families.
They are cultural knowledge holders, trailblazers, nurturers, advocates, teachers, survivors, leaders, hard workers and our loved ones.


Our loved ones who pick us up in our low moments and celebrate us in our high ones. Who cook us a feed to comfort us and pull us into line, when we need them too.


They guide our generations and pave the way for us to take the paths we can take today. Guidance, not only through generations of advocacy and activism, but in everyday life and how to place ourselves in the world.

We draw strength from their knowledge and experience, in everything from land management, cultural knowledge to justice and human rights. Across multiple sectors like health, education, the arts, politics and everything in between, they have set the many courses we follow.


The struggles of our Elders help to move us forward today. The equality we continue to fight for is found in their fight. Their tenacity and strength has carried the survival of our people.

It is their influence and through their learnings that we must ensure that when it comes to future decision making for our people, there is nothing about us - without us.

We pay our respects to the Elders we’ve lost and to those who continue fighting for us across all our Nations and we pay homage to them.

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