Dec
3
Thu
2020
Aboriginal Business Workshop Series @ Redfern
Dec 3 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Venue: Email events@nswicc.com.au to register and get more information.

Locations: Redfern

Attention Aboriginal Entrepreneurs, Business Owners and Community Organisations in NSW.

The NSW Indigenous Chamber of Commerce (NSWICC) and Aboriginal Affairs NSW are pleased to announce the launch of their Aboriginal Business Workshop series for December 2020. These workshops will be delivered face to face and have been designed to provide Aboriginal entrepreneurs, business owners and enterprising communities with valuable information to support business success.

Exciting and free interactive workshops where you will learn about:
– Access Government Procurement Opportunities
– The Aboriginal Procurement Policy (NSW Government), What’s New?
– Procurement Versus Purchasing
– Procurement Readiness
– Procurement SWOT Analysis
– Tendering – Preparation is Key
– Business Support in NSW, What, Where and How to get help
– Business Presentation and Branding

Dec
7
Mon
2020
Wayne Quilliam: Culture is Life @ Online Event
Dec 7 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Venue: Online Event

Location: Register HERE for link details.

Join us for an exclusive session with Wayne Quilliam, one of Australia’s pre-eminent Indigenous photographic artists, curators and cultural advisers.

Wayne is a prominent visual storyteller whose work has been featured in over 300 exhibitions around the world and earned him many awards, including NAIDOC Indigenous Artist of the Year in 2009.

In this session, Wayne will share his recent work, Culture is Life, as well as highlight some of his favourite images and the stories behind them.

This online session is part of Nikon Presents: The Next Chapter.

Dec
9
Wed
2020
Get Bloody Serious Sydney
Dec 9 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Location: Level 3 414 Elizabeth Street Surry Hills, NSW

NSW aim to eliminate hepatitis C by 2028. Engage your communities, engage your clients and aim for 2028 eliminate!

For those working with: people living with hep C, people who inject drugs, Aboriginal people, young people, people affected by the criminal justice system, or the general community.

At the end of the day you will be able to:

  • Know the difference between hepatitis A, B and C
  • Run activities for health promotion campaigns and group work in your service
  • Discuss confidently the new hep C treatments “Direct Acting Antivirals”
  • Navigate & build on local hep C testing and treatment pathways
  • Describe national harm reduction strategies and map local prevention options
  • Identify and address discriminatory barriers to health care.
  • Support people making informed decisions around their hep C and starting treatment.
  • Hear someone’s first-hand experience of hep C. BE INSPIRED!

Participants receive:

  • A kit packed with activities and tools for your organisation or group.
  • Statement of attendance
  • Membership to Hepatitis NSW
  • Subscriptions to Champion newsletter
  • LUNCH!

Register HERE

Dec
10
Thu
2020
Aboriginal Business Workshop Series @ Coffs Harbour
Dec 10 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Venue: Email events@nswicc.com.au to register and get more information.

Locations: Coffs Harbour

Attention Aboriginal Entrepreneurs, Business Owners and Community Organisations in NSW.

The NSW Indigenous Chamber of Commerce (NSWICC) and Aboriginal Affairs NSW are pleased to announce the launch of their Aboriginal Business Workshop series for December 2020. These workshops will be delivered face to face and have been designed to provide Aboriginal entrepreneurs, business owners and enterprising communities with valuable information to support business success.

Exciting and free interactive workshops where you will learn about:
– Access Government Procurement Opportunities
– The Aboriginal Procurement Policy (NSW Government), What’s New?
– Procurement Versus Purchasing
– Procurement Readiness
– Procurement SWOT Analysis
– Tendering – Preparation is Key
– Business Support in NSW, What, Where and How to get help
– Business Presentation and Branding

Dec
13
Sun
2020
Warami Mittigar- Aboriginal Cultural Walk @ Parramatta Heritage And Visitor Information Centre
Dec 13 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Venue: Parramatta Heritage And Visitor Information Centre

Location: 346A Church Street, Parramatta NSW

The Darug people are Parramatta’s first people and the traditional custodians of this land. Parramatta’s name comes from their word “burramatta, meaning “the place of eels”.

This easy walk, along the river and in beautiful Parramatta Park, is a wonderful opportunity to spend time on country with an Aboriginal traditional custodian, learning about connections to land, plant uses, tools, hunting and other aspects of local culture.

This tour is aimed at adults and families with primary school children, aged 7 years over. The route is partly along unfenced waterways and shared pathways. Carers must supervise any younger children in their care, who must be able to keep up with the pace of the group.

The activity will NOT be cancelled in case of rain or otherwise adverse weather. Instead, it will become an interactive cultural presentation in the Heritage Centre, where you meet. Should the weather improve, a shorter walk will take place.

Bookings are essential. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to start time, for registration. Wear comfortable shoes. Bring water, snack and a hat.

Book HERE

 

Dec
15
Tue
2020
Aboriginal Business Workshop Series @ Dubbo
Dec 15 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm

Venue: Email events@nswicc.com.au to register and get more information.

Locations: Dubbo

Attention Aboriginal Entrepreneurs, Business Owners and Community Organisations in NSW.

The NSW Indigenous Chamber of Commerce (NSWICC) and Aboriginal Affairs NSW are pleased to announce the launch of their Aboriginal Business Workshop series for December 2020. These workshops will be delivered face to face and have been designed to provide Aboriginal entrepreneurs, business owners and enterprising communities with valuable information to support business success.

Exciting and free interactive workshops where you will learn about:
– Access Government Procurement Opportunities
– The Aboriginal Procurement Policy (NSW Government), What’s New?
– Procurement Versus Purchasing
– Procurement Readiness
– Procurement SWOT Analysis
– Tendering – Preparation is Key
– Business Support in NSW, What, Where and How to get help
– Business Presentation and Branding

Jan
16
Sat
2021
Hominy Creek Walk- Supporting The Firesticks Alliance Indigenous Corporation @ Hominy Creek Walking Track
Jan 16 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm

Venue: Hominy Creek Walking Track

Location: Glenworth Valley, NSW

Our first trail of the year will mark Central Coast Women’s Hiking Circle first anniversary and to celebrate we will be holding our circle for a donation only and a special surprise treat. 😊

All donations will be raised for firesticks to Support the Firesticks Alliance Indigenous Corporation who continue providing Indigenous leadership, advocacy and action to protect Country through cultural fire and land management practices. Firesticks acknowledges Country and Traditional Custodians and serves under their authority.

To read more or make a donation visit https://www.firesticks.org.au/donate/

Hominy Creek Walking Track – 5.5km loop – Popran National Park

This five-kilometre circuit is a relaxing and tranquil respite from the stresses of daily life. Nestled under eucalyptus trees, the trail is accessed via the Ironbark Picnic Area and stretches off the Mount Olive Trail. After sweating it up, cool down in the Emerald Pool at the end of the track – we deserve it!

Please arrive a few minutes early so you have enough time to park and find the group.

Please remember to wear/bring:

•Sunscreen

•Hat

•Packed lunch/snacks

•Drinking water

•Suitable clothing

•Swimmers and towel

• If not swimming please bring a towel/cloth to lay or sit on for meditation.

•Rain jacket, there is a little rain forecast in the early morning. In the event of rain our event will still go ahead.

🌿Here is everything you need to know about the day. Please note this is a rough outline, we will be stopping to take in the amazing scenery so it may go a little longer and will be dependant on the groups general speed and fitness.

🌿 Hominy Creek trail

Grade: 4

Distance: 5km return

Steps: Many steps

Quality of path: Rough track, many obstacles. Some bush walking experience is recommended.

🌿10am – 10:15am: Meet and greet at Iron Bark picnic area.

Hominy Creek track is located within Popran National Park. To get there:

🌸From Sydney: Take the F3 Sydney-Newcastle Freeway and exit at Calga onto Peats Ridge Road. After 13km turn left into Wisemans Ferry Road. After a further 8km turn left into Ironbark Road.

🌸From Newcastle: Take the F3 Sydney-Newcastle Freeway and exit at Peats Ridge Road. After 10km turn right into George Downs Drive and turn left into Wisemans Ferry Road. After a further 8km turn left into Ironbark Road

Parking is available at the Ironbark picnic area.

🌿10:15am – 10:30am: Smudging Ceremony.

This will be dependant on the National parks rules with the fire ban. If not permitted we will cleanse and connect using florida water.

🌿10:30am – 11:00am: Opening Women’s Circle, activities and short guided meditation.

🌿11:00am – 12:00: Walk to emerald pool.

🌿12:00pm – 1:00pm: Swim and Lunch. Group affirmations

🌿1:00pm – 2:00pm: Return hike back to iron bark picnic area.

🌿2:00pm – 2:30pm: Closing Women’s Circle.

Please register by following the link HERE. Once we have received your registration we will then confirm your booking.

Limited numbers but may change from restrictions next year. 🌿🙌

If you have any questions about the event please contact us here. I’m so looking forward to meeting you and sharing in this day together!

It’s going to be so much fun. 🙏🙌🙏

🌄Note: In the event of accident/illness all persons attending our events are legally responsible for their own health and wellbeing.

Our facilitator will hold a current first aid wilderness certificate.

Jan
20
Wed
2021
Sydfest 2021 – Spirit: a retrospective 2021 @ The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve
Jan 20 @ 8:30 pm

Venue: Sydfest 2021

Location: The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve

Enter via the cutaway
Hickson Road
Barangaroo NSW 2000

After ten months in hibernation, Bangarra Dance Theatre returns to the stage with a series of performances under the stars.

Spirit: a retrospective 2021 draws on three decades of repertoire to celebrate the unbroken connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the land.

Set to a haunting score, Spirit: a retrospective 2021 invites audiences to connect with stories and songlines from across the nation with a collection of work from across the company’s rich history.

Bangarra Dance Theatre is celebrated worldwide for its authentic storytelling and dynamic productions, with technique forged from 65,000 years of culture and integrated with contemporary movement.

This performance features choreography by Stephen Page and Bernadette Walong-Sene, plus traditional choreography and music by Djakapurra Munyarryun, a respected Yolngu songman from north-east Arnhem Land who has worked as a Bangarra cultural consultant for three decades.

Tickets available HERE

Runtime: 75 mins

Jan
21
Thu
2021
Sydfest 2021 – Spirit: a retrospective 2021 @ The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve
Jan 21 @ 8:30 pm

Venue: Sydfest 2021

Location: The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve

Enter via the cutaway
Hickson Road
Barangaroo NSW 2000

After ten months in hibernation, Bangarra Dance Theatre returns to the stage with a series of performances under the stars.

Spirit: a retrospective 2021 draws on three decades of repertoire to celebrate the unbroken connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the land.

Set to a haunting score, Spirit: a retrospective 2021 invites audiences to connect with stories and songlines from across the nation with a collection of work from across the company’s rich history.

Bangarra Dance Theatre is celebrated worldwide for its authentic storytelling and dynamic productions, with technique forged from 65,000 years of culture and integrated with contemporary movement.

This performance features choreography by Stephen Page and Bernadette Walong-Sene, plus traditional choreography and music by Djakapurra Munyarryun, a respected Yolngu songman from north-east Arnhem Land who has worked as a Bangarra cultural consultant for three decades.

Tickets available HERE

Runtime: 75 mins

Jan
22
Fri
2021
Sydfest 2021 – Spirit: a retrospective 2021 @ The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve
Jan 22 @ 8:30 pm

Venue: Sydfest 2021

Location: The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve

Enter via the cutaway
Hickson Road
Barangaroo NSW 2000

After ten months in hibernation, Bangarra Dance Theatre returns to the stage with a series of performances under the stars.

Spirit: a retrospective 2021 draws on three decades of repertoire to celebrate the unbroken connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the land.

Set to a haunting score, Spirit: a retrospective 2021 invites audiences to connect with stories and songlines from across the nation with a collection of work from across the company’s rich history.

Bangarra Dance Theatre is celebrated worldwide for its authentic storytelling and dynamic productions, with technique forged from 65,000 years of culture and integrated with contemporary movement.

This performance features choreography by Stephen Page and Bernadette Walong-Sene, plus traditional choreography and music by Djakapurra Munyarryun, a respected Yolngu songman from north-east Arnhem Land who has worked as a Bangarra cultural consultant for three decades.

Tickets available HERE

Runtime: 75 mins

Jan
23
Sat
2021
Sydfest 2021 – Spirit: a retrospective 2021 @ The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve
Jan 23 @ 8:30 pm

Venue: Sydfest 2021

Location: The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve

Enter via the cutaway
Hickson Road
Barangaroo NSW 2000

After ten months in hibernation, Bangarra Dance Theatre returns to the stage with a series of performances under the stars.

Spirit: a retrospective 2021 draws on three decades of repertoire to celebrate the unbroken connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the land.

Set to a haunting score, Spirit: a retrospective 2021 invites audiences to connect with stories and songlines from across the nation with a collection of work from across the company’s rich history.

Bangarra Dance Theatre is celebrated worldwide for its authentic storytelling and dynamic productions, with technique forged from 65,000 years of culture and integrated with contemporary movement.

This performance features choreography by Stephen Page and Bernadette Walong-Sene, plus traditional choreography and music by Djakapurra Munyarryun, a respected Yolngu songman from north-east Arnhem Land who has worked as a Bangarra cultural consultant for three decades.

Tickets available HERE

Runtime: 75 mins

Jan
24
Sun
2021
Sydfest 2021 – Spirit: a retrospective 2021 @ The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve
Jan 24 @ 8:30 pm

Venue: Sydfest 2021

Location: The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve

Enter via the cutaway
Hickson Road
Barangaroo NSW 2000

After ten months in hibernation, Bangarra Dance Theatre returns to the stage with a series of performances under the stars.

Spirit: a retrospective 2021 draws on three decades of repertoire to celebrate the unbroken connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the land.

Set to a haunting score, Spirit: a retrospective 2021 invites audiences to connect with stories and songlines from across the nation with a collection of work from across the company’s rich history.

Bangarra Dance Theatre is celebrated worldwide for its authentic storytelling and dynamic productions, with technique forged from 65,000 years of culture and integrated with contemporary movement.

This performance features choreography by Stephen Page and Bernadette Walong-Sene, plus traditional choreography and music by Djakapurra Munyarryun, a respected Yolngu songman from north-east Arnhem Land who has worked as a Bangarra cultural consultant for three decades.

Tickets available HERE

Runtime: 75 mins

Mar
31
Wed
2021
Lloyd McDermott Rugby Development Team Fundraising Event @ Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf
Mar 31 @ 6:30 pm

Venue: Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf

Location: Darling Harbour Sydney, NSW

The Lloyd McDermott Rugby Development Team Board, in association with Rugby Australia and the Kari Foundation invite you to the annual fundraising event.

We seek to continually enhance program outcomes in the field of Indigenous rugby in Australia and your contributions are vital to this success.

Join us at Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf in Darling Harbour.

Tickets are $220 pp or you may purchase a table of 8 for $1600 and available HERE

(all general enquiries may be addressed to Mr Dean Duncan: 0481 771 134)

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