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Celebrating NAIDOC Week 2024

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Honouring First Nations Traditions and Leadership Queensland Walks celebrates NAIDOC Week honouring the rich history and enduring cultural practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and our community leaders. Congratulations to Natasha Leslie who was recognised at the National NAIDOC Awards as Finalist- Sportsperson. Natasha, a proud Gummipingal woman of the Worimi people from […]

Dreamtime connections with Ben Barker

Walking is something our people have been doing for many thousands of years. Walkabout is the word we use to describe taking time out and going for a walk and connecting with land and country. And we still do that today. When you walkabout, you just get on the street and connect your feet to […]

Walking with the Indigenous Marathon Foundation

By Anna Campbell On a Saturday in June, I joined the Indigenous Marathon Foundation – Mitchelton RAW walk and run group, for a reconciliation parkrun at Mitchelton.   There were around 15 or so walkers and runners taking part, and everyone was incredibly supportive and encouraging. Along the way, we chatted about IMF RAW and its […]