South Brisbane Qld 4101
ENTRY: Russell Street
MUSGRAVE PARK FAMILY FUN DAY est. 1992
"Back in 1992, I started the first Musgrave Park Family Fun Day to celebrate Aboriginal culture. I was concerned that as Australia's First Nation people we didn't have a place to present, promote and preserve our culture".
Aunty Joan Collins (nee Alberts)
MPFFD delivers family friendly entertainment and activities to showcase aspects of Indigenous Australian culture and heritage across various mediums of performing arts, traditional foods, arts and crafts, to contemporary aspects promoted by Australian Indigenous Entrepreneurs.
This event is the largest of its kind in Australia and brings together Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities from near and far across Brisbane, Queensland and New South Wales, held on the Friday of NAIDOC week each year.
The MPFFD is our signature event that has been supported by the Brisbane community and, as attendance numbers have increased over the years, evidently is a ‘must do’ during NAIDOC Week.
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NAIDOC WEEK is celebration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people that provides a platform for the preservation and promotion of Australia’s oldest living culture; to enhance Indigenous Australian’s access and participation to services that can enhance their well-being and increased support to our families; and for the provision of cultural awareness for all Australian’s, towards the spirit of true reconciliation. www.naidoc.org.au
COMMUNITY ELDERS LUNCH Traditional Dance
FREE KIDS RIDES & ACTIVITIES Information & Career stalls
ARTS & CRAFTS STALLS Indigenous Village
Face Painting Live Radio Broadcast
Traditional & Contemporary FOOD ENTRY free
3 LIVE PERFORMANCE STAGE Gold Coin donation
FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
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