Many hundreds of people came together to participate in the
Mirrabooka NAIDOC celebrations on Monday 3rd July. It was a joyous day of music, dance, food and fun. The theme for 2017 is Our Languages Matter.
Some 250 distinct Indigenous Language groups covered the continent at first European contact in the late 18th century. Most of these languages would have several dialects. Today only around 120 of those languages are still spoken and many are at risk of being lost as Elders pass on.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait languages are not just a means of communication, they express knowledge about everything, so it is vital to recognise the importance, resilience and richness of language.
It was also a great to time to recognise the many active and committed community members and organisations who work together to promote Aboriginal culture, strengths and reconciliation.


The Sudbury House Connection

Awarded Community Organisation of the Year



Mirrabooka NAIDOC Community Organisation 2017 –
Sudbury Community House


Sudbury Community House is known as a place where everyone is welcomed with a friendly atmosphere.







The staff at the centre endeavour to support the community and individuals to reach their goals and pursue personal development.

They do not let age, gender or race be a barrier in this process and strive for equality for all people.

Sudbury Community House has given many people the opportunities. They assist to reconnect and support their clients and enable them to further their skills to increase employment prospects.







Without the support of Sudbury Community House many community  members would not receive valuable assistance to strive meet their goals, and make positive contributions to a thriving community.









Thank you

Sudbury Community House

for all your support.



We at Sudbury House are very proud of our team and we would like to introduce you to our other

NAIDOC Winners Here!