This year's NAIDOC Week will finish with a ball in the Lighthouse Theatre Studio on Friday night.
The NAIDOC Ball will give people a chance to kick up their heels and celebrate after a long week of community events according to organiser Cody Chatfield.
"This is the first time the Gunditjmara has hosted the Ball," Ms Chatfield said.
"It was run in Portland last year."
"This is our closure to NAIDOC Week, and a chance for us to come together and celebrate with the wider community."
Photographs and posters of 'strong women in the aboriginal cloak' from the "Because of Her We Can" campaign in 2018 will be on display as people arrive.
Entertainment will be provided by Lee Morgan after an opening welcome to country ceremony.
"The night will be an opportunity to acknowledge the Gunditjmara culture, and a good chance for everyone in the community to support us," Ms Chatfield said.
The NAIDOC Ball starts at 7pm, tickets are available from Gunditjmara in Kepler Street.
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