NAIDOC Week celebrations commenced in Mount Isa with a family fun day at Minnie Davis Park on Monday (June 8).
Hosted by Centacare NQ, over 400 locals attended the fun day, packed with activities for children of all ages.
Event organiser Jo Moore said the event provided a great opportunity to celebrate NAIDOC Week.
"The event saw all the local agencies come together and host an interactive activity to interact with the community and highlight the services available, all while celebrating NAIDOC Week," Ms Moore said.
"Some of the activities included arts and craft, lucky door prizes, messy play, painting, boomerangs, interactive games, throwing games and reading of indigenous books.
"The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services and Queensland Police Service attended the day and handed out colouring in kits for the kids.
"Bluey Bee Man game away free native trees while educating kids on important part bees play in the environment."
Ms Moore said it was important to celebrate NAIDOC Week to keep our history alive.
"It shows the importance of where indigenous people come from and acknowledging our leaders, past present and future," she said.
"It is an opportunity to celebrate what is already important to us."
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