StoriesInspirational personal stories


South Sudan

Music breaks barriers. I've always been passionate about harmony and peace through my singing but harmony should begin at home. Read more



I love my role as an Ambassador because I engage with young people from diverse communities and many who speak another language. Read more



Being multicultural is like having a well-stocked pantry. It offers more variety and a richer result for your community Read more

Hilal Dannawi

Holroyd High, NSW

The sense of belonging at Holroyd High explains why this Year 12 student comes to school with a smile on his face every day. Read more

Omar and Saad

Melbourne, VIC

These brothers believe Australia has shown them the meaning of freedom, democracy and harmony. Read more


Kalgoorlie, WA

AFL Multicultural Player Ambassador Nic Naitanui with some future stars from Kalgoorlie. Read more

Central Coast Mariners

Central Coast, NSW

Luis Garcia, Fabio Ferreira and Brad McDonald visited Avoca Beach Primary School to chat about the importance of Harmony Day and our cultural diversity. Read more

Jane Lu


Jane’s story illustrates how migration and cultural diversity contribute to Australia’s productivity and ability to innovate. Read more

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