Keep the Fire Burning with our NAIDOC Week Interactive Flame Installation

Celebrate Resilience and Solidarity with First Nations Communities at Our Embers Flame Installation

Show your support in a meaningful and interactive way!

The Embers Flame installation celebrates the NAIDOC Week theme, 'Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud,' and invites you to participate in a powerful display of solidarity and commitment. We encourage you to collect a flame sticker, write on the sticker how you will stand in solidarity with First Nations people, and place the sticker on the installation as part of the celebration.

Each sticker symbolises your dedication to supporting First Nations people and shows how you will help 'keep the fire burning.' This collective highlights individual commitments and showcases First Nations communities' shared resilience and enduring spirit. The Embers Flame installation is more than just an art piece. It's a collaborative effort that brings us together in support of First Nations cultures and stories. By participating, you contribute to a vibrant tapestry of unity and respect, reinforcing the significance of NAIDOC Week. Don't miss this chance to be part of a tribute to First Nations resilience and pride! Visit the Lobby, add your flame, and join us in celebrating the strength and spirit of First Nations communities.

Together, let's keep the fire burning! The Embers Flame installation is in the Lobby for NAIDOC Week, Monday, 8 July - Friday, 12 July.


To celebrate NAIDOC Week this year, we've prepared some wonderful activities in our building Lobbies to engage and immerse you in First Nations cultures.

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We deeply acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land we work and travel through and pay our respects to Elders past, present, and emerging.

We look forward to sharing this special week with you.