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7 – 14 July 2024
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Kimberley Benjamin

Kimberley Benjamin

Currently based in Narrm/Melbourne, Kimberley is a proud Yawuru, Bardi and Kija woman from Rubibi/Broome, WA. As a filmmaker, her drive is to tell stories that are truthful, impactful and celebrate the strength and resilience of First Nations people. Kimberley has worked as a researcher, writer, director and story producer for both television and documentary film. Having previously worked for many community organisations in Boorloo/Perth, Kimberley’s diverse work and passion for telling stories is informed by her connections and relationships with communities across the Country. 

What does NAIDOC mean to you?

NAIDOC Week is ours, it’s for us – for First Nations mob to come together and celebrate our incredible achievements, our strength, our resilience, our humour, all the things that make us proud. It’s also a time for reflection, to honour our ancestors and elders who have paved the way, to draw on their strength and build on the great legacies they left behind.

Welcome to NAIDOC.

We acknowledge all First Peoples of the beautiful lands on which we live and celebrate their enduring knowledge and connections to Country. We honour the wisdom of and pay respect to Elders past and present.