Black History Month

Black History Month was launched in 2008 and developed after talks with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community groups indicated strong support for a specific cultural program.

The community groups suggested a range of activities for the broader community to enjoy and better understand the history and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Brisbane.

Black History Month runs throughout July each year, offering a range of unique experiences including family fun days, children's story time, dance performances, garden tours, community stalls, art exhibitions and more.

Black History Month 2024 events

This year’s Black History Month will reflect the diversity and importance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and creativity, showcasing talent from the Islands in Far North Queensland while celebrating our own local Brisbane talent.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures are an important part of the cultural, social, and economic life of Brisbane. Learn about, experience and enjoy a variety of NAIDOC Week events held throughout the city.

Fri 5 Jul 2024, 11:00am
Free

Visit Jagum Barrambin - the 'Garden in the Windy Place' and Barrambin Farm to learn all about the area's environmental and cultural significance, which pre...

Jagum Barrambin "Garden in the Windy Place", Gate 6, Corner Tank Street and Victoria Park Road, Kelvin Grove

Fri 5 Jul 2024, 6:30pm
Postponed

***This event has been postponed.*** Gaja Kerry Charlton is a Yagara Elder, Traditional Owner, Language and Knowledge Custodian and direct descendant of...

Warehouse 25, 25 Finchley Street, Milton

Sat 6 Jul 2024, 9:45pm
Free

Having recently played some of Australia’s largest festivals, Tjaka have proved to be a must-see act. This Brisbane/Meanjin-based trio fuse electronic beats and...

Felons Barrel Hall, 5 Boundary Street, Brisbane City

Fri 26 Jul 2024, 6:30pm

Celebrating the 10-year anniversary of his hits “Island Home” and “Freedom”, Mau Power re-ignites the flame and spirit of what First Nations culture and...

Warehouse 25, 25 Finchley Street, Milton

More information

For more information about the events program, email the producer, Creative Nations.

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Brisbane City Council acknowledges this Country and its Traditional Custodians. We pay our respects to the Elders, those who have passed into the dreaming; those here today; those of tomorrow.