5 First Nations males dancing and completing a smoking ceremony out the front of the museum

NAIDOC Week School's Program


9 - 11 July 2024

Half day and full day options

Grade 4+

Queensland Museum Tropics

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Inspire connection and engage in First Nations traditions.

The 2024 NAIDOC Week theme, Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud, celebrates the unyielding spirit of First Nations peoples and invites all to stand in solidarity, amplifying the voices that have long been silenced. 

We invite you and your students to join us at the museum during NAIDOC Week for a community-led program designed to enrich your student’s learning, appreciation and perspective of First Nations history and culture through hands-on activities and meaningful dialogue. 

Tuesday 9 July - Wednesday 10 July
Wulgurukaba Walkabouts and Big Eye Theatre
Your students will experience cultural storytelling through dance, traditional painting, artefact handling, and didgeridoo or weaving.
This half-day or full-day program is aimed at students in grade four and above.

Thursday 11 July 
Gudjuda Reference Group 
Your students will get the chance to meet and learn from Gudjuda Ranger Trainees about land and sea country and what it means to them, undertake some traditional Indigenous Games and engage in art reflection activities.
This half-day program is aimed at students in grade four or above and is only available for the morning session.

Half Day Session $7.50 per student 
Full day Session $15.00 per student

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