More than 100,000 people joined Invasion Day marches on 26 January 2019.
The Invasion Day rally begins at 11am outside Parliament House on Spring Street in Melbourne/Naarm
The Invasion Day rally begins at 11am in Hyde Park, meeting at the corner of Elizabeth and Liverpool streets.
The Survival Day March begins at 11am, for an 11.30am start, at Veterans park. It will march over Commonwealth Avenue Bridge and finish on Parliament House lawns at 12.30pm.
The Invasion Day rally begins at 12pm in Forrest Place in Perth/Boorloo.
The long-running One Day event in Fremantle will be held on Saturday 25 January,
The Survival Day event in Adelaide/Kaurna country begins at 1pm at the Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, at 253 Grenfell Street.
The Invasion Day rally begins at 11am at the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre in Hobart/Nipaluna
There will be an event on Larrakia land from 11.30pm to 2.30pm
The Survival Day event begins at Perfume Gardens in Townsville at 11am.
The Koorie Engagement Action Group is holding a dawn ceremony for Survival Day at View Point on Lake Wendouree at 5.30am. The ceremony is to commemorate those who died in the frontier wars or killed in massacres across Australia.
Archie Roach is headlining the Cooee festival, a drug and alcohol free Survival Day event hosted by Link-Up Aboriginal Corporation at Regatta Park in Emu Plains. It starts at 4pm
The south coast town of Bermagui is holding a Survival Day event at Dickson Oval from 1pm to 5pm.
The Invasion Day event begins at 11.45am at Devonport Bluff.