Burramatta NAIDOC Day will return for another year at Parramatta Park for a free day of First Nations music, food, dance and tradition.
Eventgoers will be able to enjoy live music, dance performances, the opportunity to try their hand at traditional arts and crafts and shop for a special something at the market stalls.
Burrammata NAIDOC is part of the Warami Festival, a programme of First Nations events and activities celebrating the Burramattagal people's connection to the land and community.
Warami (pronounced Wuh-rah-mee) is a Dharug word meaning "good to see you".
Enjoy the lineup of entertainment on the main stage with Dean Brady, Stiff Gins, Akala Newman, Uncle Col Hardy, Charlie Needs Braces, Fringe Dwellers, El beauty, DJ Naian, Jannawi Dance Clan, and Muggera Cultural Enterprise.
Discover Indigenous culture through the selection of goodies available at the market stalls.
From clothing, crafts and jewellery to tasty food produce, find a treat to take home or a delightful gift for a loved one.
A selection of yummy food options will be available throughout the day including jaffles, burgers, falafel wraps, Asian fusion, crepes, coffee and more.
The theme for 2023 National NAIDOC Week is 'For Our Elders'. This is an acknowledgment of the role Elders have played, and continue to play, in the Burramatta community and within families.
City of Parramatta is proud to present this event in partnership with Parramatta Park and PARKROYAL Parramatta.
To find out more and to see the full line-up head here.
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