The second annual NRL Cowboys House NAIDOC Day has left an indelible mark on those who came along to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as a House family.
Hundreds gathered at NRL Cowboys House Girls Campus as NAIDOC Day came alive with dancers from across North Queensland taking the stage to share the customs and traditions of their communities through dance.
A cruise around the globe with days on the open seas has given Cowboys fan Keith Blake the perfect opportunity to put pencil to paper and reignite his passion for art, a talent he’s now using to give back to others.
A young, exciting talent on the football field, Theophelia Mosby-Nona’s style is simple – run hard and true – but it’s clear talking to the 17-year-old that it’s more than just physical strength powering the senior student.
NRL Cowboys House sprang to life during the mid-year school holidays as kids, families and staff from Variety – the Children’s Charity of Queensland descended on the Girls Campus for the 2022 Variety Kids Sports Camp.
With a strong focus on positive health and wellbeing, term 2 at NRL Cowboys House has created healthier minds and bodies as students well and truly settled into the school year at their home away from home.