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The Indigenous Gala is a signature event on the University’s annual calendar. It serves as both a major fundraiser and an opportunity to promote Indigenous culture to the wider community. 

Under the patronage of Dr Patrick Corrigan AM, the event is a celebration of Indigenous culture featuring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders and entertainers, as well as past and present Indigenous students. The night also includes a live art auction and silent auction.

The event attracts over 500 corporate and community attendees from all over Australia and, since 2010, has succeeded in raising almost $2.8 million for scholarships, grants and bursaries. 

2021 Bond University Indigenous Gala

This year’s Indigenous Gala has gone online.

The event will be hosted by Professor Keitha Dunstan, Bond University Provost and Indigenous scholarship student Darcie Sexton who is studying a Bachelor of Communication (Business), on Friday 15th October at 6-7pm (AEST).

You can connect via zoom to hear inspiring stories from our Indigenous staff, students and alumni:

To register and start bidding on your chosen items, click here. Remembering that bidding closes on Friday 15th October at 7pm.

Following the online event the auction and donation page will remain open for 24 hours until 7pm Saturday 16 October.

For further information please contact Liz Fisher on +61 7 5595 1419 or [email protected]

Bond University's Indigenous education initiatives are generously supported by:

Dr Patrick Corrigan AM

Platinum partners 
Adam Knight
Clarence Property
Douglas Murphy QC, LLM Alumnus ’89
Envato Foundation
ISS Facility Services
The Optical Superstore

Gold partners
Feros Care
Dr Ken McGregor
Minter Ellison
MSS Security and Habitat Security
Westpac Institutional Bank

Silver partners
AC Fitouts
Precise Air
Robina Group
Professor Janie Smith
Professor Michelle McLean

Bronze partners
Dell Technologies
FTI Consulting
Gold Coast Private Hospital
Jukurrpa Designs
Nelnet International
Nerang RSL & Memorial Club
Study Gold Coast