AFL and the Indigenous Community

Australian football is the sport of choice for Indigenous Australians.

The Indigenous population makes up two and a half percent of the total Australian population; from this, 90,000 participants are involved with AFL programs around the country. Indigenous Players make up 9% of our AFL list.

- More about the AFL & the Indigenous Community

Programs
Indigenous AFL Players

- Indigenous Employment Strategy

 

 

 

Indigenous Contribution to AFL

Latest News

2014 U15 National Australia Post All Nations Cup

Thursday, April 10, 2014

A stirring final quarter has fired the Victorian All-Nations Squad to victory in the Grand Final of the Indigenous and Multicultural National Championships.

Power of Diversity

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Government and AFL Partner to Show Victorian Students the Power of Diversity [more]

Flying Boomerangs star in New Zealand

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

The Flying Boomerangs have returned from a 10-day tour of New Zealand[more]

Davey Sings Praises of Flying Boomerangs

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Aaron Davey wishes the Flying Boomerangs youth program had been around when he was a teenager[more]

Flying Boomerangs to Tour New Zealand

Friday, November 29, 2013

The Flying Boomerangs will visit New Zealand on a 10-day tour, departing Melbourne for Auckland on Thursday December 5[more]

Flying Boomerangs Documentary to Air on NITV

Friday, October 25, 2013

The Flying Boomerangs is a personal development program for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander young men[more]

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