We loved having the Deadly Leaders Youth Camp from Sacred Heart School Beagle Bay stay with us at the NCIE.
In November 2017, the IDX team hosted a careers and technology camp at the NCIE to inspire and inform participants about career opportunities and employment pathways in STEAM and IT.
The ‘Show Me The Way’ film project brought Year 10 students from Walgett all the way to Sydney where they screened their work at the Australian Museum.
The NCIE got to rub shoulders with some of the stars of this year’s Indigenous Literacy Day when the students and staff from Yakanarra School stayed with us in early September.
Nine senior school girls from the Tiwi Islands were treated to a surprise visit from singer/songwriter Jessica Mauboy during their recent stay at the NCIE. The students aged 14 to … Read more here
“My dream is to build a dance comp or a basketball comp to help kids develop skills and build their confidence in these areas and to express themselves freely. At … Read more here
From Australia’s future sporting stars to the next generation of young leaders, every year thousands of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders stay at the NCIE to learn, connect and … Read more here
Every year, huge numbers of school groups and camps come and stay with us at the NCIE. We had 15 students from remote communities come and stay with us as part of a Cathy Freeman Foundation Horizon Camp.
Follow a red dirt road along the coast north of Broome for 100kms and you’ll find the small community of Beagle Bay located on the traditional country of the Nyul … Read more here
18 year old Lillian Arnold-Rendell is in her final weeks of Year 12 and like many young adults in her position the question ‘what next?’ is on her mind. Recently Lillian participated … Read more here