The Port Lincoln community came together for this year's NAIDOC Week events with organisers happy with the amount of support.
NAIDOC Week in 2019 had the theme of 'Voice, Treaty, Truth' with Port Lincoln celebrations beginning with the community march along Tasman Terrace on July 5.
Aboriginal Family Support Services hosted a dress up disco for children at the Mallee Park Clubrooms on July 9 before the annual Community Cookout was held at the Mallee Park Wombat Pit the following day, hosted by Port Lincoln Aboriginal Health Service.
The annual event involved PLAHS preparing foods including kangaroo stew and wombat while Centacare Port Lincoln provided a barbecue and a morning tea area was organised by Port Lincoln Red Cross.
PLAHS health promotions officer and NAIDOC Week Committee member Morgan Hirschausen said the weather was not ideal but the event was well supported.
Port Lincoln Aboriginal Community Council, with support from Gidja Club held the Elders Lunch at the Grand Tasman Hotel on Thursday, which was attended by about 30 elders.
The council's indigenous community links manager Heather Hirschausen-Cox said they were happy with the turnout and the event continued to be an important part of NAIDOC Week.
Events concluded with the NAIDOC Ball at the Mallee Park Clubrooms, hosted by Mallee Park Football Club.
Men and women dressed their best for the event with awards presented for Belle and Beau of the Ball, Cutest Couple and NAIDOC Ambassador.