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Croc Festivals Australia



Croc Festivals is a non-profit organisation aiming to decrease antisocial norms and influence attitudes toward alcohol, tobacco and other drug use helping young people make informed decisions about their use; contribute to the reconciliation process both within Indigenous communities and between all Australians; assist in the improvement of literacy and numeracy of students; provide the opportunity for students in rural and remote areas to come together and meet students from other remote and regional areas; and teach in a positive reinforcing way that excellence is achieved through application of creativity, hard work, enthusiasm and cooperation. It is an innovative event that builds partnerships in regional and remote communities by celebrating youth culture'. These festivals provide a drug and alcohol free environment for young Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians to enjoy and become involved in visual and performing arts, sports clinics, and careers markets.


Unit 14U, 175 Gibbes Street
Chatswood NSW 2067
ph: (02) 9417 4122
fax: (02) 9417 8610


Last updated: 1 April 2009
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