THE 2015 NAIDOC Ball was a wonderful success with the coming together of indigenous and non-indigenous community members to celebrate the rich heritage of the Gladstone region.

Everyone was sparkling and the Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre was decked out with theme colours.

>> Indigenous elders lead the way in reconciliation

There was live entertainment, a sit down dinner and buffet dessert bar.

Artist Bob Gammage captured the night on canvas before the annual NAIDOC awards were presented.



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