The power of the Aboriginal community was felt on Sunday as people from across the region took part in a nation first.
The Nation Dance was established by Alwyn Doolan, who earlier in the year walked the length of Australia to carry a message stick to Parliament.
For the Nation Dance, he encouraged people from across Australia to dance together at the same time. There were 68 nations that joined in.
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The Dubbo Nation Dace was held at Riley's Dam in the Goonoo Forest. Hundreds gathered to take part in the movement, which Mr Doolan said was for "our people", "our land" and "our creator".
"Nation Dance is what we will feel today within our hearts and spirit knowing we have come together to dance as one, to uplift the trauma and pain that has been imposed and inflicted upon our lives and to the sacred land of our creator," Mr Doolan said.
The Wiradjuri Nation Dance was hosted by the Talbragar Dancers on Tubba-Gah-Wiradjuri country.
It started with a welcome dance, followed by everyone dancing together.
At 1pm was the energy, a powerful moment where everyone across the country danced at the same time.
Mr Doolan said it was a time in history that Aboriginal people had paid a great cost for to provide what they currently had.
"We reflect on the future of this day for our children, and their children and so on, as a remembrance of honour and unity that we have created. This we will tell for generations to come," he said.