NAIDOC in the City
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NAIDOC in the City will be held at Hyde Park on Monday 8 July from 11am – 3pm.
Come along and learn more about the oldest living culture through food, song, dance and art. Enjoy well known singers, participate in modern and traditional dance, try your hand at weaving, learn about traditional culture and enjoy a day in the park with your family and friends celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
The City of Sydney is proud to be hosting NAIDOC in the City.
NAIDOC in the City
Monday 8 July 2013
11am – 3pm
Hyde Park North
11am Opening ceremony
11.20am Bow and Arrow
12.05pm Kevin Kropinyeri
12.20pm Move it Mob Style
12.55pm City of Sydney Welcome
1.00pm Street Warriors
1.50pm Aiesha Saunders
2.10pm Leah Flanagan
MC = Luke Carroll
Dancestry on sand circle
11.50am & 1.30pm
Kids Zone 11.20am – 2.45pm
Indigenous sporting heroes
Move It Mob Style
Music, dance and song workshops
Art and Culture Zone
Basket Weaving Workshops
Native animals from Taronga Zoo
The Eora Journey
2.45pm CLOSING CEREMONY
For a full list of events being held throughout the Local Government Area as part of NADIOC week click here.
Attachments related to this event
- On Monday 08 July from 11.00 to 15.00
Hyde Park, Hyde Park (bounded by College, Elizabeth & Liverpool Streets) Sydney 2000 Venue details
The City of Sydney
02 9246 7289
How to get to this event:
St James’ & Museum Railway Stations, Elizabeth Street Bus Services.
Hyde Park (North): Domain Car Park – Open 7:00am to 9:00pm (Mon-Sat), 10:00am to 6:00pm (Sun) contact office for operation hours on public holidays.
Hyde Park (South): Goulburn Street Parking Station – Open 7:00am to 12:00am (Mon-Thur), 7:00am to 1:00am (Fri), 7:00am to 1:30am (Sat), 9:00am to 11:00pm (Sun & Public Holiday).
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Hyde Park, Hyde Park (bounded by College, Elizabeth & Liverpool Streets) Sydney 2000