NAIDOC Week continued with a community day on Thursday that offered a bevy of activities to keep both young and old entertained.
The event was held at the Gabmididi Manoo Children and Family Centre, with children from the Wynbring Jida Child Care Centre attending.
Local services including the Nunyara Aboriginal Health Service, Mission Australia, Uniting Care Wesley and University of South Australia hosted stalls on the day, while SA Police handed out gift bags and the Metropolitan Fire Service showed off their hydraulic ladder.
Gabmididi Manoo Community Development Coordinator Dana Campion said it was great to see healthy numbers at the community day despite it being held in the holidays.
"There was a real variety out there, we had face-painting, bark painting and dot painting. The kids love it," she said.
Children were encouraged to leave their handprint on a poster with the words 'voice, truth, and treaty' on it - the theme of NAIDOC Week 2019.
NAIDOC Week Committee Chairperson Jeff Croft said it was great to see so many local services chip in to help make the community day possible.
"In the last couple years this event has become reasonably bigger, we had around 15 services there which was good, and the emergency services helped make the day educational for the kids," he said.
"It's great to see so many families attend, the kids engaged really well with the activities we had on offer."