11-12 April 2011

The Australian National University, Canberra

23-24 February 2011

Holiday Inn Esplanade, Darwin

Phone: 1300 316 882

In this moving exhibition, the history of Indigenous child removal is portrayed through the records and documents held in Queensland collecting institutions and the personal stories of five Aboriginal Queenslanders.

17-19 May 2011

Sea World Resort, Gold Coast, Queensland

Phone: +61 (0)7 3854 1611

4-6 June 2013


Contact: Catriona

Phone: 03 9489 8099

Starting in 2003, Yabun is held annually on 26th January (Australia Day).

The Yabun Festival is the largest single day Indigenous festival drawing an audience of between 10,000 and 15,000 and is one of the most important Indigenous music events in the country reflecting the huge wealth of Indigenous creative talent. Yabun presents;

<a href=""> Invitation and RSVP Details to Event on February 18, 2011. Small number of places available. RSVP Essential.

A sample of performances by, and documentaries on, Djalu Gurruwiwi and his family:<p>
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"> Rripangu Yidaki</a><p>

Melbourne joins the campaign against the Western Australian governments compulsory acquisition of traditional lands on the Kimberley coast near Broome, WA, for the development of an LNG processing plant at Walmadan (James Price Point), 50 kilometres north of Broome on the Dampier Peninsula.