GALLERY: Daisy's Day Care celebrates NAIDOC week

Students from Daisy's Day Care in Cooma take a look at all the items on show for NAIDOC week.

Students from Daisy's Day Care in Cooma take a look at all the items on show for NAIDOC week.

Ryan McKeahnie takes a look at the bright pencil case on display.

Ryan McKeahnie takes a look at the bright pencil case on display.

Big smiles from Bailey-Dean Weeks who holds up the mini didgeridoo brought in for NAIDOC week.

Big smiles from Bailey-Dean Weeks who holds up the mini didgeridoo brought in for NAIDOC week.

Liam Barker has a look at the shoe with Aboriginal artworks done by Josh Hogan.

Liam Barker has a look at the shoe with Aboriginal artworks done by Josh Hogan.

Daisy's Child Care in Cooma celebrates NAIDOC week.

Daisy's Child Care in Cooma celebrates NAIDOC week.

Daisy's recieved a special visit from Josh Hogan who brough along Aboriginal items to show. Photos: Tina Zunic.

Daisy's recieved a special visit from Josh Hogan who brough along Aboriginal items to show. Photos: Tina Zunic.

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DAISY'S Day Care in Cooma received a special visit from Josh Hogan last week as they concluded NAIDOC week celebrations.

Mr Hogan's family originally comes from the Northern NSW Aboriginal tribe of Ngoorabul, with his grandfather on his mothers side being the current elder of the tribe.

Mr Hogan brought a range of Aboriginal items along to Daisy's, some of which included didgeridoos, pots, sculptures, paintings and a large spear.

Students were excited to sit down and hear all about Mr Hogan's visit to Uluru as they passed around red soil collected from his visit.

After the talk, students were then allowed to go around and have a closer look at all the items that Mr Hogan had brought.

NAIDOC Week celebrations were held across Australia last week with many celebrations also held in Cooma.

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