NAIDOC Week 2022 will be held from Sunday 3 July to Sunday 10 July 2022.
During the week, we will perform our schools show, Bilya Kaatijin by Zac James, at multiple venues and hold our annual play reading event, Yirra Yaarnz.
Bilya Kaatijin (“Fresh Water Knowledge” in Noongar)
Connecting stories from Noongar land (south-west Western Australia) to Wonguktha land (the northern Goldfields), Aotearoa (New Zealand) and the Kikuyu people of Kenya, Bilya Kaatijin by Zac James teaches us about the importance of water to First Nations people around the world.Learn more about Bilya Kaatijin
Saturday 2nd July 2022
Prendiville Catholic College (view map)
10am & 12pm
View more information about the City of Joondalup’s NAIDOC Week celebrations here.
Monday 4th July 2022
Subiaco Library (view map)
Note: Light refreshments will be served at 6:00pm. The performance starts at 6:15pm.
View more information about the City of Subiaco’s NAIDOC Week celebrations here.
Tuesday 5th July 2022
WA Maritime Museum, Fremantle (view map)
11am & 1pm
View more information about the WA Maritime Museum’s NAIDOC Week celebrations here.
Friday 8th July 2022
Victoria Park Community Centre (view map)
10.30am & 1.30pm
- Unwaged/concession: Free
- Admission by donation: $5.00
Hosted by the Town of Victoria Park.
View more information about the Town of Victoria Park’s NAIDOC Week celebrations here.
Saturday 16th July 2022
WA Museum of the Goldfields (view map)
10.30am & 1.30pm
View more information about the WA Museum of the Goldfields’ NAIDOC Week celebrations here.
Yirra Yaarnz is two days of play readings from emerging Western Australian First Nations playwrights. Its focus is on storytelling, new works, new writers and new voices.Learn more about Yirra Yaarnz
Friday 8th July & Saturday 9th July 2022
Hackett Hall, WA Museum Boola Bardip (view map)
3pm both days
Ticket price: $5.00
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