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NAIDOC Week 2016 in Australia | photos Warrnambool: Jordan Clark, 4, with mum Tanya McDonald at the NAIDOC Week talent quest. Picture: Vicky Hughson
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Warrnambool: Adeline McDonald opens the week with a smoking ceremony at Gunditjmara. Picture: Amy Paton

Warrnambool: Adeline McDonald (right) with granddaughter Nerinda Beard, 14, with the ceremonial wattle after the flag raising ceremony. Picture: Amy Paton

Warrnambool: Gunditjmara Aboriginal Co-operative chief executive officer Marcus Clarke speaks on the opening day of NAIDOC Week. Picture: Amy Paton

Warrnambool: Adeline McDonald, Ken Brown, and Marcus and Fiona Clarke with the ceremonial wattle after the opening ceremony at Gunditjmara. Picture: Amy Paton

Warrnambool: Ryan Miller, 9, Tori Miller, 13, and Fletcher Johnstone, 13, performing at the NAIDOC Week talent quest. Picture: Vicky Hughson

Warrnambool: The judges at the Gunditjmara Aboriginal Co-operative’s NAIDOC Week talent quest, Tab Talbot, Adeline McDonald and Billy Briggs. Picture: Vicky Hughson

Warrnambool: Kaye Smith and Pearl Smith, 6, watching the NAIDOC Week talent quest. Picture: Vicky Hughson

Warrnambool: Allan Miller and Brianna Harrison at the NAIDOC Week talent quest. Picture: Vicky Hughson

Warrnambool: Glenda Austin performing at the NAIDOC Week talent quest. Picture: Vicky Hughson

Warrnambool: Tallara Pickett, 11 and Rhaedel Pickett, 16, at the NAIDOC Week talent quest. Picture: Vicky Hughson

Warrnambool: Bonnie Clarke performing at the NAIDOC Week talent quest. Picture: Vicky Hughson

Warrnambool: Charlotte Geier,7, with auntie Melissa Aitken who is teaching her basket weaving. Picture: Vicky Hughson

Warrnambool: Jacinta Rose from Gunditjmara and Stephanie Walker from Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service Victoria. Picture: Vicky Hughson

Warrnambool: Glynn Coulson performing at the NAIDOC Week talent quest. Picture: Vicky Hughson

Warrnambool: Raelene Walker, South West Healthcare’s Aboriginal Liasion Officer who helped organise the Thursday lunch. Picture: Rob Gunstone

Warrnambool: Bindii Nappangarti, Yangery, with Warrnambool musician Lee Morgan, and young rap artist Rhaedel Pickett, 16 from Heywood, at the South West Healthcare NAIDOC Week lunch. Picture: Rob Gunstone

Warrnambool: Warrnambool musician Lee Morgan performs at the South West Healthcare NAIDOC Week lunch. Picture: Rob Gunstone

Warrnambool: Warrnambool musician Lee Morgan performs at the South West Healthcare NAIDOC Week lunch. Picture: Rob Gunstone

Bendigo: Lani and Jiana Woodman.

Bendigo

Bendigo: Bailey Bolitho, Mason Tuddenham and Jazmaynn Tuddenham.

Bendigo

Bendigo: Eden and Faith Dow.

Bendigo: Mason Tuddenham.

Bendigo: Taylor Tuddenham.

Bendigo: Nicheli Saparamadu.

Bendigo: Connor Seccull.

Bendigo

Bendigo: Isaac Floreani.

Bendigo

Bendigo: Stontaie Bennett and Alexis Newton.

Bendigo: Hannah Maddren.

Bendigo: Caitlyn Mitchell.

Lavington: Aunty Avis Gale.

Wonga Wetlands: Ruth Davys.

Wonga Wetlands: Max Marksymow, Kallum Brennnan, 10 months, Marley Marksymow and Zarliah Williams, 1, all of Albury pictured at The Songlines Festival at Wonga Wetlands Wiradjuri Campsite.

Newcastle: Vanessa Sunders, Vai Miri, Nadein Saunders, and Chenelle Saunders from Mission Chew in Karuah.

Newcastle

Newcastle: Aunty Margot, Justin Ridgeway and Andrew Smith.

Narooma: The Gadhu Dancers from Bermagui Public School led by Trey Parsons performed at the Narooma NAIDOC Week celebrations.

Narooma: Kayla Stewart with the crew from Katungul Aboriginal health service – Kira Campbell, Kalimna Stewart and Jade Hansen.

Narooma: Kayla Stewart with the crew from Katungul Aboriginal health service – Kira Campbell, Kalimna Stewart and Jade Hansen.

Mount Isa: Sundowners dance group perform at the Naidoc Week seniors lunch.

Mount Isa: Headspace admin officer Christine Stevens and Saquanna Johnny enjoying the Naidoc event.

Mount Isa: Queensland Police Liaison Officers proudly support the day with fellow officers, Robbie Katter, Mayor Joyce McCulloch and Father Mick Lowcock.

Port Augusta: Aboriginal Community Engagement Officer Gwen Martin, Indigenous Service Officer Priscilla Forbes and Port Augusta Youth Centre Manager Kim Chamberlain.

Mandurah: Mandurah honours Aboriginal heritage and culture in NAIDOC Week.

Mandurah: Mandurah honours Aboriginal heritage and culture in NAIDOC Week.

Mandurah: Mandurah honours Aboriginal heritage and culture in NAIDOC Week.

Mandurah: Mandurah honours Aboriginal heritage and culture in NAIDOC Week.

Mandurah: Mandurah honours Aboriginal heritage and culture in NAIDOC Week.

Mandurah: Mandurah honours Aboriginal heritage and culture in NAIDOC Week.

Mandurah: Mandurah honours Aboriginal heritage and culture in NAIDOC Week.

Katherine: Ryan Parkinson, Lucas Cowie, Sebella Cowie and Angie Siputro helping get invovled in the community garden at the morning tea.

Launceston: Traditional dancers Kiera McDonald and Lily Castles with Vallie Riley at the NAIDOC Week flag raising ceremony.

Launceseton: Traditional dancers Lily Castles, Kiera McDonald, Skye Cox and Pakara Greaves after performing at the NAIDOC Week flag raising ceremony.

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