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In 2008, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd made a formal apology to Australia's Indigenous people, particularly to the Stolen Generations.
National Close the Gap Day was first observed in 2007 as an annual awareness event aiming to close the health and life expectancy gap between the indigenous and non-indigenous communities in Australia.
National Close the Gap Day is usually held on the third Thursday in March.
Harmony Day celebrates cultural diversity in Australia.
National Sorry Day provides people with an opportunity to come together and remember the Stolen Generations (the Indigenous Australians forcibly removed from their families), their families and communities.
Anniversary of the 1967 Referendum
Mabo Day commemorates the High Court of Australia's Mabo decision in 1992, which legally recognised that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have a special relationship to the land.
3-10 July NAIDOC Week
12 July Anniversary of the Australian Aboriginal Flag
4-7 August GARMA Festival
12 August International Youth Day
Mannalargenna was a Tasmanian Aboriginal warrior. Mannalargenna Day celebrates the Tasmanian Aboriginal community's continuing culture and connections to Mannalargenna.