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NAIDOC Colouring Competition

Get into the spirit of NAIDOC Week by participating in our colouring-in competition!

Download and print out the poster colouring sheet, which features this year’s winning artwork by Perth based artist Tyrown Waigana. Hard copies of the colouring-in can also be collected from the Library and Shire Administration Building.

Entrants go in the draw to win a $50 voucher to a local business of their choice! There are two catagories, youth (Under 18) and adult (18 & over), 3 winners will be randomly selected from each catagory. 

To enter, simply:

  • Download or pick-up a copy of the Poster – click here to download
  • Snap a picture or scan your finished design (no people to be included in shot) 
  • Email entries to ecd@esperance.wa.gov.au or drop off your artwork to the Shire Administration Building. (Hard copy entries must have contact details provided on the back) 

Entries close 4pm Friday, 6 November 2020


NAIDOC Week will be celebrated between 8-15 November this year, more details about what’s happening in Esperance will be avaliable soon. If you would like to know more about the significance of NAIDOC Week, please visit the NAIDOC website

About the Artwork

The Artwork featured on the 2020 NAIDOC Poster was created by Artist Tyrown Waigana and is titled Shape of the Land.

The theme of NAIDOC week this year is Always Was, Always Will Be. Mr Waigana shares the story of his artwork saying,

“The Rainbow Serpent is represented by the snake and it forms the shape of Australia, which symbolises how it created our lands. The colour from the Rainbow Serpent is reflected on to the figure to display our connection to the Rainbow Serpent, thus our connection to country. The overlapping colours on the outside is the Dreamtime.”

“The figure inside the shape of Australia is a representation of Indigenous Australians showing that this country - since the dawn of time - always was, and always will be Aboriginal land,” Mr Waigana added.