Gloucester High School students took time out to celebrate NAIDOC Day through a range of activities.
The event started at noon on Thursday, July 26 with an assembly in the school hall.
After the assembly, students went through a rotation of activities designed to educate about and celebrate Aboriginal culture.
Divided up in their years, students tried out boomerang throwing, three different Aboriginal sports, craft weaving and dancing.
They also worked together to create several culturally inspired murals and listen to Dreamtime stories.
NAIDOC celebrations are held around the country each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
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