Working towards reconciliation

We respect Indigenous Australians as the traditional custodians of this land and seek to build relationships with local Elders and Community, to promote events and contacts which express the Aboriginal voice and aspirations for increasing knowledge and understanding of the history of past wrongs, of the current relations of Indigenous and non-Indigenous citizens and for fostering reconciliation.

Monthly meetings

We meet once a month to discuss how we can help the cause of reconciliation. Find out more about the work we do and how to join.

Mailing list

Subscribe to our mailing list to keep up to date. You can choose to receive information on:

  • News: a collection of updates from local and national groups on upcoming events, fundraising, recent news and opportunities to lend a hand (several per week).

  • Displays: we produce information displays for schools, libraries and other public places. Keep informed about available displays.


We are an official reconciliation group, affiliated with:

We are also represented on the Banyule Aboriginal and Torres Straits Islander Advisory Committee.

Other resources

There are many state and national organisations working tirelessly for the cause of reconciliation. These groups also support our work and that of all local reconciliation groups. Follow these links to find out about upcoming events and important news.