We invite you to join us in paying tribute to NAIDOC Week through a meaningful Smoking Ceremony & Dance and Welcome to Country.
It's an opportunity to come together, acknowledging and respecting the significance of this week as we honour the rich history, traditions, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Starting in Exchange Place adjacent to the Tower Three south lobby, the ceremony featuring Matthew Doyle and the Wuruniri performers will wind its way through Tower Two and Tower One in an enchanting display of Indigenous culture.
When: Tuesday 4th July at 8:30am
Where: Exchange Place, adjacent to Tower Three South Lobby.
About Matthew Doyle and Wuruniri performers
Matthew Doyle is a professional musician (Didgeridoo player, singer, and composer) dancer, choreographer and teacher. He is descendant of the Muruwari Aboriginal nation from northwest NSW.
Matthew formed his own company Wuruniri Music & Dance in 1999 which is made up of a group of professional musicians and dancers presenting traditional and contemporary performances. He has performed all over the world and in Australia in major local and community events and has worked with some of Australia’s leading musicians and Dance Company’s.