Lyndale Secondary College respectfully recognises the historical and cultural significance of Australia’s Indigenous history and the role it plays in contemporary education.
Each day in Australia, we all walk on ancestral Indigenous lands.
We, therefore, acknowledge the Traditional Owners of lands across Australia, their Elders, Ancestors, cultures and heritage.
We are honoured to recognise our connection to Wurundjeri Country, history, culture and spirituality through these locations, and strive to ensure that we operate in a manner that respects and honours the Elders and Ancestors of these lands.
Dates of significance
There are a number of dates significant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples that are celebrated with all Australians today. Some key dates the nation embraces every year include;
- Survival Day – January 26
- Apology Day – February 13
- National Close the Gap Day – March 19
- National Sorry Day – May 26
- 1967 Referendum – May 27
- National Reconciliation Week – May 27 – June 03
- Mabo Day – June 03
- NAIDOC Week – first full week of July
- UN International Day of World’s Indigenous Peoples – 09 August