Our Reconciliation Journey

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Our organisation is committed to reconciliation and to building strong relationships and opportunities with our local Aboriginal communities.

A Reconciliation Action Plan is being developed to guide our reconciliation journey. The Plan will bring together the things we are already doing as well as new initiatives for reconciliation.

Staff from across Council have come together to draft our vision for reconciliation. We are keen to hear your thoughts about the draft - tell us your thoughts by 29 June 2020.

The next step is to draft the actions for our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). A 'Teams' workshop will be held on 8 July 10am-12pm to inform the actions. Sign up now!

To find out more about the process of developing a RAP check out the RAP Development Process or visit Reconciliation Australia's website.


Our organisation is committed to reconciliation and to building strong relationships and opportunities with our local Aboriginal communities.

A Reconciliation Action Plan is being developed to guide our reconciliation journey. The Plan will bring together the things we are already doing as well as new initiatives for reconciliation.

Staff from across Council have come together to draft our vision for reconciliation. We are keen to hear your thoughts about the draft - tell us your thoughts by 29 June 2020.

The next step is to draft the actions for our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). A 'Teams' workshop will be held on 8 July 10am-12pm to inform the actions. Sign up now!

To find out more about the process of developing a RAP check out the RAP Development Process or visit Reconciliation Australia's website.


  • On 2 June, staff from across Council came together to develop our draft Reconciliation Vision. Staff worked in small groups to develop draft Visions. After the workshop, a representative from each group came together to collate the draft Visions and refine them to create our draft Reconciliation Vision statement:

    'Our vision for reconciliation is a shared future where we walk side by side with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. 

    We acknowledge our past and recognise the continuing connection the Traditional Custodians of Dharawal country have with these lands and waters. We continue to celebrate and respect the diverse culture of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in our community. 

    We will listen, learn and work together to create an inclusive community where our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culture can thrive'. 

    Consultation has concluded
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  • The workshop will be held using 'Teams' on 8 July 10am-12pm

    Consultation has concluded
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