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Acknowledgement of Country
Delacombe  Primary School acknowledges the Wadawurrung People, the Traditional Owners of the land on which the school stands, and we pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging.

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Our New Stadium House Banners

Kawirr- the Wadawurrung word for Emu
Kanyul- the Wadawurrung word for Young Kangaroo
Kadak- the Wadawurrung word for Large Snake
Dungalaba - the Larrakia word for Crocodile

Reconciliation Week 2023



This year the theme for NAIDOC week is "For Our Elders". Indigenous Australian Elders continue to play an important role caring for Country and have for upwards of 60,000 years. 

NAIDOC week is a time to celebrate Country and all Indigenous Australians past and present.


At Delacombe Primary we endeavour to use this opportunity to develop our knowledge and celebrate Indigenous Australian Culture.

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In preparation for NAIDOC Week 2023,
Students decorated labels for the Plants in our KOORI  Garden USING INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN Symbols.

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Koori Garden Opening

2023 Reconciliation Week Video

Koling wada-ngal - means walking together.

At Delacombe Primary School we believe in walking together, growing together and supporting one another to be the best we can be.



Marrung is a strategy to ensure that all Koori Victorians achieve their learning aspirations. Through Marrung, Delacombe Primary School aims to create a positive climate for learning and development where we demonstrate the highest levels of respect and inclusion and, as a result, Koorie children and learners of all ages feel strong in their identity.

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