Welcome to NAIDOC Week 2024

Join us from 7 - 13 July to celebrate, support, and be inspired by First Nations cultures 

Keep the Fire Burning!

This year's NAIDOC theme is a heartfelt celebration of the enduring spirit of First Nations communities, inviting everyone to come together, stand in solidarity, and amplify the voices that have long been silenced. NAIDOC Week is a time for all Australians to recognise and honour the status and treatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Together, we can build a future where their stories, traditions, and achievements are cherished and celebrated.

To celebrate this year's theme, we've prepared some wonderful activities in our building Lobbies to engage and immerse you in First Nations cultures. Read more below. 

NAIDOC LIVE Painting  710x450Live Artist Painting

Experience the magic of live painting session in the Lobbies of Tower Three International Towers.

Watch as First Nations artists bring this year's theme to life with captivating art pieces that symbolise the strength and vitality of their cultures and stories.

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First Nation Pop-up Gallery 

Explore and purchase First Nations art at our pop-up gallery in Tower Two International Towers. These exhibitions feature artists from NSW, embodying the theme 'Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud, and Proud.'  It's a beautiful opportunity to connect with and support these talented artists. 

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First Nations Digital Art Gallery

Delight in the Dreamtime artworks showcased on our Lobby screens. Use the QR code to explore and purchase digital art, which will be printed and mailed directly after NAIDOC Week. It's a fantastic way to bring the beauty of First Nations artistry into your home.

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NAIDOC flame installation  710x450Interactive Flame Installations

Join us in your Lobby to see our embers flame installation, celebrating the 2024 NAIDOC Week theme. Participate by placing a flame sticker on the installation, representing your commitment to keep the fire burning for First Nations people. It's a beautiful way to show our collective support and solidarity.

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Connection Pins

We've curated special connection pins featuring artwork by Gundanji/Wakaja artist Ryhia Dank (Nardurna). These pins, available at the Concierge desk or next to the flame installation, remind us of the stories and achievements of First Nations communities. Collect one and wear it with pride.

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.