I congratulate Kamilaroi woman and Dulwich Hill local Cheree Toka on her successful campaign to have the Aboriginal flag flown on the Sydney Harbour Bridge year‑round. Cheree's Fly the Flag campaign began in 2017 and called on the Government to fly the flag from the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge year-round, not just the 19 days a year it is currently flown. Cheree launched a petition that attracted 10,000 signatures and 177,780 digital signatures, and also crowdfunded over $45,000 to construct a third flagpole when the State Government cited flag protocol as the reason the flag could not be flown. Finally, the Premier announced on Saturday 5 February that the Aboriginal flag would be flown on the bridge each and every day of the year. This is an historic and significant win. It places an enduring symbol of First Nations Australians at the heart of our city and serves as a powerful testament to what one woman can achieve against all odds to further recognise her people. I congratulate and thank Cheree Toka.