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NAIDOC Week Family Fun Day showcases culture and community

Metro North Board Member Bonny Barry, Acting Chief Executive Jackie Hanson and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Unit Director Paul Drahm unveil the Better Together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan 2019-2022.

More than 1,500 people joined in a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and community at the annual Metro North Caboolture NAIDOC family fun day on Tuesday.

Professional athlete and mental health advocate Joe Williams joined Caboolture Hospital staff, patients and members of the local community for the day that is part of national NAIDOC Week Celebrations (7-14 July.

A highlight of the day was the formal unveiling of Metro North’s Better Together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan 2019-2022.

The family fun day at St Columban’s College is fast becoming the biggest NAIDOC Week celebration on the north side of Brisbane.

It featured a Welcome to Country from the Kabi Kabi group, traditional dancing, art and cultural workshops, information stalls from community organisations and government departments, activities and a free barbecue lunch.

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