CELEBRATE NAIDOC: The Wakamilaroi Aboriginal Arts Dancers conducted smoke ceremonies at Miles, Tara and Chinchilla Hospitals for NAIDOC Week celebrations in 2016.
CELEBRATE NAIDOC: The Wakamilaroi Aboriginal Arts Dancers conducted smoke ceremonies at Miles, Tara and Chinchilla Hospitals for NAIDOC Week celebrations in 2016. Alana Calvert

5 THINGS TO DO AROUND THE REGION

Miles Hospital NAIDOC Celebrations

MAKE your way to Miles to help celebrate this year's "Because of Her We Can” NAIDOC theme.

There will be performances from the Kooma-Didgeri Aboriginal art and dance group, as well as guest speakers and activities for the little ones and a free lunch.

WHEN: Thursday, July 12 from 12pm

WHERE: Miles Hospital

Tara Hospital NAIDOC Celebrations

COME on down to celebrate the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in our community this Friday.

Watch the Goondir Indigenous dancers perform and listen to guest speakers from the community.

There will also be a cake cutting ceremony and awards to be presented.

WHEN: Friday, July 13 from 12pm

WHERE: Tara Hospital

Because of Her We Can afternoon tea

CELEBRATE NAIDOC Week as events continue next Monday with afternoon tea at the Chinchilla Library.

WHEN: Monday July 16, 1pm

WHERE: Chinchilla Library Courtyard

Chinchilla Lawn Bowls Carnival

HEAD over to the Chinchilla Bowls Club for a weekend of entertainment as it hosts a three-day carnival featuring teams from all over Queensland.

WHEN: Friday, July 13 to Sunday, July 15 starting at 9am.

WHERE: Chinchilla Bowls Club

Condamine Bell Encouragement Campdraft

HEAD over to Condamine this weekend for some fast-paced campdrafting action.

There's breakfast, a bar and even dinner available on Saturday night.

WHEN: Saturday July 14 and Sunday, July 15 from 7am.

WHERE: Condamine Sportsgrounds


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