2019 NAIDOC Poster
The 2019 National NAIDOC Poster was designed by Charmaine Mumbulla, a Kaurna/Narungga woman.
Charmaine’s artwork shows the early dawn light rising over Uluru, symbolising a continued spiritual and unbroken connection to the land. The circles at the base of Uluru represent the historic gathering in May 2017 of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders, who adopted the Uluru Statement from the Heart. The message, developed through generations, is echoed throughout the land: hear our voice and recognise our truth. We call for a new beginning, marked by a formal process of agreement and truth-telling, that will allow us to move forward together.
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To obtain the 2019 National NAIDOC poster you will need to contact your local regional network office by calling 1800 079 098 (toll-free) or by visiting indigenous.gov.au.
The 2019 National NAIDOC Poster is also available for download, to help you celebrate NAIDOC Week.
Conditions of use
By using the poster, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions set out below under the Creative Commons License. In addition, the poster:
- must be used in its entirety, as supplied. An alternative version using the graphic and text elements is not to be produced.
- cannot be used for commercial purposes. Commercial purposes include use of the poster on any promotional material that is used to make a profit.
- must be attributed as 2019 National NAIDOC Poster.
Except where otherwise noted, the 2019 NAIDOC Poster is provided under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-N4 4.0). The details of the relevant license conditions are available on the Creative Commons website with the full legal code available here.