Four different designs across both men and women's jerseys as the NRL All Stars jerseys have been released.
The tops will be displayed when the All-Star teams go head to head on the 15th of February at AAMI Park in Melbourne as Cody Walker, Caitlin Morgan, Elijah Taylor and Raecene McGregor revealed the jerseys.
Mark Deweerd, NRL Senior Manager of Indigenous Strategy, believes the jerseys have been carefully designed by local artists in Australia and New Zealand.
"The All Stars matches provide a fantastic opportunity to learn about and celebrate cultures amongst Indigenous and non-Indigenous players and fans," Mr Deweerd told NRL Media.
"Each of the artists has delivered striking designs and I know that every player wearing one of the four jerseys will do so with pride, knowing they are representing their family and heritage."
KARI Foundation will be sponsoring the Indigenous All Star jersey's as they are an Aboriginal run organisation that delivers programs and initiatives the build strength in Aboriginal community, families and services.
KARI are proud to sponsor the four Indigenous jersey's as KARI Chief Executive, Casey Ralph, believed that the amount of time and effort that had gone into the jersey's is incredible.
"KARI pride themselves on celebrating and growing awareness for the positive achievements of Indigenous Australia and there's no doubt that achievement and a celebration of culture will be on display when the All Stars matches are played next year," Ralph said.