Looking to continue your reconciliation journey?

Check out some of these resources to get you started.

 

 

Join the movement to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Australian Constitution and ensure there’s no place in it for racial discrimination

 

A full directory of Aboriginal owned and operated businesses in WA.

 

Provides updates on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural events, dates, significant places and services locally and around Australia

 

Throughout the year, free workshops are held at the Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre coinciding with the traditional 6 Nyoongar seasons.

 

Further your learning journey and consider how life looks from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspective

 

The Kaartdijin website shares the richness of Noongar knowledge, culture and history

Reconciliation Australia resources to develop a Reconciliation Action Plan for your school, workplace or community

 

Noongar language books and resources

 

Anti-racism education resources for Australian schools developed by NSW Department of Education

 

APAC aims to broaden and deepen students' and teachers' understanding of Aboriginal cultures and ways of being. It provides resources such as mind maps, lesson plans and links to other information sources to assist teachers in addressing the Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander aspects of the curriculum.

 

Resources to enhance students’ understanding of racism, intolerance, and prejudice; increase students’ ability to relate history to their own lives; and promote greater understanding of their roles and responsibilities in a democracy.

 
  • Aboriginal Cultural Standards Framework
  • Directory of Aboriginal Education resources
 

The Australian Curriculum highlights Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures as a cross-curriculum priority for all Australian Schools. Check out their website for an overview of the key points of this learning area.

 

Online portal as well as a physical resource library located in Bayswater. One World Centre provides transformative education workshops and programs with the aim of encouraging and supporting an active and engaged citizenship.

 

Finding new ways for black and white Australians to lead together