Reconciliation Packages

Creating more culturally inclusive workplaces, stimulating discussion, and driving reconciliation in the community

By pairing our Yarn Program with local Noongar artist, Kambarni, these packages will provide your workplace with opportunities to:

  • Engage employees in cultural learning opportunities

  • Build pride in both workplace and Australian culture

  • Share stories to find common ground

  • Celebrate Aboriginal culture and people

  • Develop a better sense of personal identity, culture, and worldview

  • Promote reconciliation to your stakeholders


We will tailor each package to you workplace to complement any other reconciliation initiatives you have in place. Below are the standard package costs, however, we are able to work with most budgets to deliver a culturally rich and engaging environment to develop the reconciliation movement within your organisation. 

ICEA’s Yarn helped me to refocus on reconciliation and understand that it is not a ‘one-off’, it is a continuous journey
— Bankwest Employee

Package 1


1 x lunchtime Yarn session

1 x lunchtime art mural workshop with Kambarni

Package 2


2 x Yarn sessions

1 x full day mural creation with Kambarni

1 x Keynote talk

Package 3


5 x Yarn sessions

1 x full day mural creation with Kambarni

1 x Keynote talk

*All prices are exclusive of GST

ICEA’s Yarn program has great potential to make real lasting grass root impact in our community around how we learn and develop greater understanding about our Australian history.
— Danny Ford, Noongar leader and ICEA Board Member


Kambarni - Art workshop

Kambarni is descended from the Nimunburr and Yawuru people of the Kimberley and the Ballardong Noongar people of the Perth region in Western Australia. He is an illustrator who reflects the natural world with his intricate designs. 

Kam discusses Indigenous art by exploring some of the driving principals, techniques, and differences within the style itself. Participants will then be guided through an art workshop to produce a piece of art inspired by Indigenous styles.



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