Coming together to celebrate NAIDOC Week!​

  • Our culture

To celebrate NAIDOC Week, we gathered for our fourth annual Kup Murri, held at Sycle headquarters in Avalon, on Wadawurrung land.​

Supporting Wamarra and our Indigenous colleagues, over 200 guests gathered to partake in the festivities.​

The cultural afternoon included storytelling through dance, brought to life by the talented Koori Youth Will Shake Spears group and an interactive artistic workshop with Uncle Richard Young.​

Thank you to the team at Wamarra, who came together at dawn to prepare and share a delicious ground oven cooked feast, traditionally known as Kup Murri. And, a special shout out to Hayden Heta, Wamarra Managing Director. This event would not be possible without your deep passion of sharing your culture with the broader group. Thank you for continuing to educate us on the things that matter.

This year's theme - Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud - celebrated the unyielding spirit of our communities and called for solidarity, amplifying voices that have long been unheard.​

Being part of Symal means joining our journey to build a better future — one that is sustainable, considered, and inclusive for our industry.​

We extend our thanks to everyone who contributed to the success of our annual event. Your participation and enthusiasm continue to drive our ongoing reconciliation journey. ​

Together, we are building better, fostering a future where diversity and inclusion are at the forefront.

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