Deadly Daly

Talented students from Daly River worked on some deadly designs for their own t-shirts during the Red Dust Healthy Living Program.

St Francis Xavier and Wolliana Schools engaged with Red Dust sports and visual arts activities that saw many of the students rewarded for their dedication and sportspersonship.

"What an awesome afternoon run by Red Dust. The students from Woolianna and SFX did rock painting and basketball games and those that showed dedication and good sportspersonship were rewarded. Well done to all!"

- St Francis Xavier Catholic School, Daly River NT

In a calm and engaging space created for the students, they were able to express themselves artistically by creating a customer t-shirt to keep and wear with pride.

To finish off the school week a basketball carnival, some rock painting and a community BBQ provided a great opportunity to bring the community together in a buzz of energy in the recreation hall.

Red Dust programs provide engaging opportunities for youth in remote communities.

Red Dust’s Healthy Living program aims to give youth new and interesting opportunities to realise their own identities and pursue their aspirations.

With your support we can create more opportunities and experiences for young people.



This program was made possible with support from the following community partners:

  • Mirriam Rose Foundation
  • Green River Aboriginal Corporation
  • Ironbark
  • St Francis Xavier School
  • Vic Daly Regional Council
  • Woolianna School

Thank you to the following supporters for their financial support of this project:

  • Agnico Eagle Community Partnership Program
  • Insignia Financial