IT was school holiday fun at Ramahyuck District Aboriginal Corporation’s (RDAC) Community Family Day on Wednesday, as part of NAIDOC Week celebrations.

There was plenty of kids’ activities including a petting zoo, reptile display, painting and stalls from Ambulance Victoria, Victoria Police, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP), Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA), Gippsland Public Health Unit, Maxima Employment Services, Hearing Australia, Lakes Entrance Aboriginal Health Association, Warrigunga, Treaty, Bunnings and RDAC Medical and Dental teams.

Animals of Oz educator and bush ranger Jess showed off amazing creatures, including a snake, eastern blue-tongue lizard and a possum.

RDAC chief executive Nancy Binotto said the event was all about having fun and providing community support.

“It’s a family fun day, and we got the Chitty Chitty Jab Jab bus here doing flu and COVID vaccinations,” Ms Binotto said.

“There’s lots of different stalls, showcasing local service providers. It’s so great to have these events again as we want to reconnect with the community.”

Zoey, Keira, 2, and Jasmine holding a sign depicting this year’s NAIDOC Week theme.

Animals of Oz educator and bush ranger Jess with Riley, 6, and Logan, 7.

A Family Fun Day was held at Ramahyuck as part of NAIDOC Week.