Who can be nominated?

Any Aboriginal person over the age of 18 that either reside on or contribute to the Minjerribah community.


How do you prepare a nomination?

When completing the nomination form it is important to provide specific examples of how the nominee’s contribution or achievement has been outstanding. In addition to providing details of their accomplishments, it is helpful to include examples of how they display each characteristic.

How are the nominations assessed?

The Goompi NAIDOC awards will be assessed by an independent panel made up of three members from Redland City Council that will meet and consider ALL the nominations. 


Before you commence your nomination, please remember

  • Only one category can be entered per form (eg if you would like to nominate someone for two categories, please use two separate forms);

  • Nominations are anonymous (so you do not need to include your names);

  • Winners will be chosen via a selection committee, to ensure an unbiased decision, please do not include the nominee’s name in question 5.

  • Forms must be returned to the Housing Co-op or emailed to by 25 June 2018. 

Click on the nomination form below to complete:


PDF: To print and complete (handwritten)

Word Doc: To complete (type)

2018: Proudly Created by the Goompi NAIDOC Committee

The Goompi NAIDOC Committee acknowledges the Quandamooka people as the traditional custodians of the lands and seas where we work. The Goompi NAIDOC Committee also pays respects to Elders, past, present and future.

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