Published on 12 March 2024


Glen Innes Severn Council is encouraging residents to come and celebrate the region’s cultural diversity at a free Community Morning Tea on 21 March 2024 at the Glen Innes & District Services Club.

With almost 20 per cent of Glen Innes Severn residents born overseas, the national Harmony Day event - held each year on 21 March - will shine a spotlight on the region’s strong spirit of inclusiveness, bringing together residents in a celebration that reflects the community’s commitment to embracing diversity.

Glen Innes Severn Council Mayor Rob Banham said the Harmony Day event is a reminder to the community, of why cultural diversity stands as one of the area’s greatest assets, and that we are a stronger community because of it.   

“We want everyone, no matter who they are or where they’re from, to come along, have fun and appreciate that our differences make our community a great place to live,” Cr Banham said.

The free Community Morning Tea will be held in the auditorium room at the Glen Innes & District Services club from 10.30am to 12pm on Thursday, 21 March 2024. Join us for a memorable experience as we come together to embrace diversity and strengthen the bonds that make our community thrive.

For more information about the Harmony Day Community Morning Tea, or to RSVP, please contact Life Choices - Support Services on (02) 6730 2500.

To learn more about other ways you can get involved in this year’s Harmony Day celebrations, visit:   


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