Reconciliation Walk

Friday 25th June


 

The 2021 Kullarri NAIDOC Reconciliation Walk marked the commencement of NAIDOC activities in the Kullarri region. This short walk brought together Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, local schools and Indigenous organisations to show their support of reconciliation in modern Australia.


Opening Ceremony

Friday 25th June


 

The Reconciliation Walk culminated in the official Opening Ceremony on the shady lawns of the Broome Cathedral. Traditional Owners greeted and taught the participants about the achievements, of our local people. Local school choirs Indigenous performers showcased various aspects of local Indigenous language and culture.


Kullarri NAIDOC Awards Presentation

Saturday 3rd July


The Kullarri NAIDOC Awards Presentation allowed us to recognise and acknowledge the hard work of people in our communities and show our gratitude to them as they continue to strive making our community better for everyone.

There was amazing food and a special live performance provided by Footprince!

2021 Recipients

Focus Organisation Award

Kimberley Stolen Generation


Kullarri NAIDOC Patron

Sam Lovell


Community Engagement Award

Michael Carter


Volunteer of the Year

Desarae Sibosado


Contribution to Education Award

Ken Molyneux


Contribution to Health

Vicki O’Donnell


Contribution to Arts and Media Award

Jub Clerc


Contribution to Art and Culture Award

Mervyn Mulardy Jnr


Community Leadership Award

Maureen (MY) Yanawana


Reconciliation Award

Cassandra Gilbert


Young Person of the Year Award

Khan John


Elder of the Year Award

Geraldine Shadforth


Person of the Year Award

Merilee Lands


Certificate of Excellence

Rocky McKenzie