The JNC acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands on which we work, the Gadigal and Bidjigal People of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge that these lands always were and always will be Aboriginal lands. We celebrate First Nations Peoples’ connection to the land and recognise the importance of Indigenous voices and culture. We would like to advise that there may be images or videos on this website of people who have since passed.

National Reconciliation Week Corroboree

poster describing Corroboree event for National Reconciliation Week 2018

You’re invited to a Corroboree in National Reconciliation Week

The annual Koojay Corroboree is again being hosted by Randwick City Council in partnership with the La Perouse Local Aboriginal Land Council hosts  to celebrate National Reconciliation Week.  Come along on Friday 1 June to Coogee Beach.

This year’s MC is the dynamic Luke Carroll and the entertainment features performances from Muggera, Warada Dancers from Soldiers Settlement Public School, and Didgeridoo  and Dance groups from Chifley and Matraville schools.

There will  also be a range of Aboriginal arts and crafts stalls on the reserve including the latest products from Kakadu Tiny Tots , some onsite activities that include shell art workshops and face painting with a cultural twist, and live entertainment.

Find out more about

Koojay Corroboree 

National Reconciliation Week.

Find out other ways to be involved in the community, through events, programs, and volunteering. More information: directories , community activities.


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