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Corowa Community Garden

Corowa, NSW

Hello! My name is Shirla Wall, I live in Corowa. Read more

Gold Coast City Council

Gold Coast, QLD

We are the Business Innovation and Technology Services team that work for the Gold Coast City Council. Read more

George Street Neighbourhood Centre’s Multicultural Community Program

Mackay, QLD

GSNC hosted Harmony Day with many guests from our community. Read more

Mr Page’s Year 6 Class at Mark Oliphant College

Munno Para, SA

We created and decorated Harmony Day doves in colours, with words that support the Harmony Day theme. Read more

Department of Defence

Canberra, ACT

Defence personnel will celebrate Australia’s cultural and religious diversity with a range of activities on Harmony Day, 21 March, 2017. Read more

Melita Hegarty

Gold Coast, QLD

Australia is known for being a multicultural country. It is a place that people come to seek refuge, harmony and a new start. Read more

Naseema Mustapha

Nathan, QLD

I am a student at Griffith Uni and very proud of the effort the University makes constantly to make everyone feel part of the community on Campus. Read more

AHS Hospitality

Melbourne, VIC

At AHS Hospitality, we are incredibly proud of the diversity of our workforce. Read more


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

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