Celebrating NAIDOC at the Boatshed

Violet Tompsett and Brianna Williams  (Hannah Turner)

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Families gathered at the Albany Boatshed on Tuesday to celebrate NAIDOC Week at the Maritime festival.

Kids painted hands, boomerangs, and Australian maps while women weaved, and coffee was served.

Kurrah Mia sold a beautiful selection of authentic Aboriginal art and craft and children lined up to have their face painted.

A beautiful artwork and sand design created by Violet Tompsett was also on display.

Dreamtime stories were shared, and smiles were all around.  

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