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Home and Away’s Lincoln Younes and ABC star Costa Georgiadis lead celebrities protesting against Australia Day as they take part in Sydney’s ‘Invasion Day’ march

Home and Away actor Lincoln Younes and ABC star Costa Georgiadis attended an ‘Invasion Day’ rally in Sydney on Friday to protest Australia Day celebrations.

Lincoln shared the photo on his Instagram as he joined thousands across the country in protest against Australia Day, which takes place on January 26, and for Aboriginal rights.

The actor simply captioned the photo with a black, yellow and red love heart – the colors on the Aboriginal flag.

Lincoln was joined by Costa, who was seen wearing a white T-shirt and red shorts at the protest.

He kept a low profile with a brown hat, bushy beard and unkempt hair as he walked with the crowd.

Home and Away star Lincoln Younes (pictured) and ABC star Costa Georgiadis attended an ‘Invasion Day’ rally in Sydney on Friday to protest Australia Day celebrations.

Meanwhile, Abbie Chatfield explained that she won’t be releasing a new episode on her podcast because it’s the day of the invasion.

‘Hello everyone! There will be no Nightmare Fuel episode tomorrow because it’s Invasion Day. Instead, we recorded a list of protests and marches taking place in major cities.’

«Always has been, always will be.»

Former Married At First Sight star Nasser Sultan has also condemned Australia Day as a day of celebration.

“Australia is the only country that celebrates the day it was attacked. Which is kind of like having a pool party at Pearl Harbor in America,” he wrote.

Lincoln shared the photo on his Instagram as he joined thousands across the country in protest against Australia Day, which takes place on January 26, and for Aboriginal rights.

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Lincoln was joined by Costa, who was seen wearing a white T-shirt and red shorts at the protest

Gogglebox star Matty Fahd celebrated Australia Day by posting a tribute to Indigenous Australians.

He shared a picture on Instagram of two Aboriginal women holding an Australian Aboriginal flag.

«Always was always will be,» he captioned the post.

On Thursday, Jesinta Campbell also shared a fiery post condemning Australia Day as a celebration of «colonisation».

The former Miss Universe Australia, 32, who is married to Indigenous Sydney Swans star Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin, re-shared several posts from prominent Australia Day campaigners on Instagram.

Meanwhile, Abbie Chatfield explained that she won’t be releasing a new episode on her podcast because it’s the day of the invasion

Gogglebox star Matty Fahd marked the day by paying tribute to Indigenous Australians

In the first post, the words «Australia Day» were simply crossed out and the words «Invasion Day» in bold below.

It continued: “The coming of one race at the expense of another. Will you learn the correct place names of the country you live in? Once you’ve done that, check out the events they’re running on this day/throughout the year. Go to them. Surround yourself with culture.”

Finally, Jesinta reposted the graphic with the caption: ‘Australia is the only country to mark colonization as its national day.’

Love Island Australia star Cassidy McGill also shared a post protesting Australia Day celebrations

On Thursday, Jesinta Campbell also shared a fiery post condemning Australia Day as a celebration of «colonization»

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