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With the conclusion of NAIDOC week now upon us, it’s an appropriate time to reflect on our Indigenous origins and their significance.

NAIDOC stands for the National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. The beginnings of which can be traced to the emergence of Aboriginal groups in the 1920’s which sought to increase awareness in the wider community of the status and treatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

With a growing awareness of the distinct cultural histories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, NAIDOC was expanded to recognise Torres Strait Islander people and their culture.

Coincidentally, this week also brings with it the thirteenth year anniversary of Dilcara. Here at Dilcara,
we keep our indigenous connections close to our chest, the Dilcara name itself stems from the indigenousname Dilkara which translates to “rainbow.” Traditionally a symbol of hope and new beginnings. The tree pictured in our logo brings with it the connotation of stability, strength, dedication and Commitment, which we personify as a company in our ethos and operations.

We thank you all for your support and are proud to have served the community for the passed thirteen years and will continue doing so to the best of our ability.