Find out about the local Aboriginal Wangal people and how to survive in the mangrove wetland environment by living off the land. Enjoy free samples from our indigenous BBQ, brought to you be NRMA.
NAIDOC Week 2018 is themed Because of Her, We Can! and celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who have played, and continue to play, active and significant roles at the community, local, state and national levels.
Relax and listen to live music. Join in on cultural activities include weaving, story telling and lots, lots more! All ages are welcome, all activities are FREE and bookings are not required.
11am - 12pm Guided mangrove walk
12pm Welcome to Country
12pm - 2pm Indigenous BBQ lunch samples
Live Music by Leah Flanagan
Cultural activities, including story telling and weaving.
2pm - 3pm Guided mangrove walk
Honouring our Indigenous athletes
The NSW Hall of Champions at Quaycentre is a sport museum and hall of fame which pays tribute to the state’s greatest sporting successes. As part of NAIDOC Week we recognise the Indigenous athletes who are on the Honour Roll:
11am - 3pm
Park on-site at Sydney Olympic Park. Casual parking is $5 an hour or a maximum of $25 per day ($25 flat rate for major events).
For your convenience, car parks are open 24/7. By using pre-book parking, available until the day before an event, you can guarantee a spot and skip the payment queue.
At times there are up to 10,000 cars coming into the Park for multiple events arrive early so you don't miss the event's start.