January 26 is “Survival Day”, an important time when the community gathers to celebrate the resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The day serves to acknowledge and reinforce the present and the future of our cultures.
Survival Day embodies the reality that Indigenous cultures are strong, with much to be positive about despite the negative effects of colonisation.
Proudly hosted by Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Survival Day will again be held at the Semaphore Foreshore in Adelaide, with support from the Port Adelaide & Enfield Council and DASSA.
Like many observances held across Australia, Tandanya National ’s Survival Day will offer free entertainment, presentations, information, workshops and much more.
Days until SURVIVAL DAY 2020
Calling all First Nation designers / artists to design Tandanya's Survival Day 2020 T-Shirt
Here is your chance to have your original design featured on the 2020 Survival Day T-shirt. maximum 3 colours.
(see poster for further details)
Send your entry to with the subject heading: Survival Day T-Shirt Design Competition.
Competition closes on Friday 25th October 2019. Winner announced 1st November 2019.