It has been more than 50 years since Indigenous pastoral workers walked off the job at Wave Hill station, sparking a national Land Rights movement.
Over nine years, courageous stockmen fought against poor work conditions and rallied to win back their land.
The story of the Walk-off is an epic tale of bravery and struggle taught in schools and immortalised in the song From Little Things, Big Things Grow.
This August, hundreds of people will make the journey to the heart of the Northern Territory and gather on Gurindji country for the 53rd Freedom Day Festival.
The fesitval celebrates Indigenous Land Rights, self-determination and community success, and is one of Australia's best remote Indigenous community events for arts, culture, history, music and sport.
"Each year, people from all walks of life make the pilgrimage to Kalkaringi, to celebrate in the spirit of unity and pride," a festival spokesman said.
"Visitors will experience the Freedom Day March, forums and truth telling, arts exhibitions and cultural workshops, dance, sports and guided tourist experiences across ancient Gurindji country.
"And the Freedom Day music concert is arguably the best remote community music line-up in Australia.
"Big name national acts to bush band legends have the crowds kicking up dust as they dance, and fireworks light up the night sky."
Running over three days, from Friday August 23, visitors will be able to get involved with sport, workshops, music and culture.
For more information about the event, head to the website here.
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