Work created by Sydney-based digital agency Bullseye Digital has been recognised in the official archives of the National Library of Australia as being of national significance.
The website was created for not-for-profit organisation Show Me The Way which encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to complete secondary studies through mentoring.
The recognition was achieved by a push from the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.
Chris Maguire, general manager of Show Me The Way, said: “We are thrilled that this website has been archived as a permanent record. It is a testament to the great work we do for Indigenous students from all over Australia. None of this would have been possible without the generosity and great work of Bullseye.”
Bullseye is part of the STW Group.
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