Today, many individuals and communities will come together to recognise what’s great about Australia and being Australian.
It is an important national day to reflect and celebrate who we are as Australians. It is also a day to appreciate the diversity and unique identity of our country, and understand more about Aboriginal Australia and our rich history of the oldest living culture that is still successfully alive and being passed down to new generations.
The Hunter Institute is proud to live and work in Australia, with varied communities and stakeholders across the country. Today, we acknowledge the important contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their culture in our work, and in our nation’s past, present and future and pay our continued respect to the traditional owners of the land we are on today.
For more information about Australia Day, visit: www.australiaday.org.au