SUNS players Ashanti Bush, Ben Long, Sean Lemmens, Lloyd Johnston, Joel Jeffrey, Malcolm Rosas and Jy Farrar will all be in attendance for the free event which aims to bring everyone together to enjoy Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and community.

“Unity Day is a great opportunity for us to celebrate First Nations culture and our players love getting out to support events like this,” former player and now GC SUNS Indigenous Programs Coordinator Jarrod Harbrow said.

“At the SUNS we’re committed to supporting our community and First Nations culture, so we’d encourage as many people as possible to come out to enjoy this free event.”

Held annually in April, Unity Day aims to provide an environment to enjoy and experience Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture while also providing important access to resources and support services.

The free event runs from 10am – 3pm will see a range of activities available to take part in, including amusement rides, entertainment, cultural activities and market stalls.