Clothing The Gaps Pop Up Shop

Celebrate NAIDOC Week at MC with Clothing The Gaps

Uncle Stephen Walsh (Taungurung & Gunai), Aunty Caroline Briggs (Boonwurrung & Wemba Wemba), Uncle Ralph White (Kija & Bardi), Aunty Jacqui Stewart (Taungurung)
Aunty Judy Dalton-Walsh (Wadawurrung & Gunditjmara), Uncle Herb Patten (Gunai - Kurnai)

Melbourne Central is proud to continue our partnership with Aboriginal social enterprise, Clothing The Gaps, for the second year running to celebrate this year's NAIDOC theme 'Keep the Fire Burning, Blak, Loud and Proud!'.

From 5-14 July, you can visit Clothing The Gaps and shop their 2024 NAIDOC collection for at an exclusive pop-up shop, located on Level 1 outside Sephora.

Our iconic Shot Tower will be also be lit up with custom artwork created by the Clothing The Gaps team, reflecting their 2024 NAIDOC collection. The collection is designed to celebrate Indigenous identity, as a reminder of the enduring strength and resistance of Aboriginal Torres Strait Island communities and the role of all people to keep the fire burning and continue the momentum of awareness and social change.

To learn more about the history of NAIDOC and 2024 Celebrations please visit;