Join us for the countdown to the referendum!  ALL NATIONS FOR FIRST NATIONS’ VOICES  As we approach the final two weeks until the crucial referendum, let's come together on a day of celebration and unity!  What to expect: A Spectacular Concert Family
With the support of major sponsor BHP, Queenslanders from all walks of life joined together with Reconciliation Queensland at Parliament House on 27 May 2021 to celebrate the Statewide launch of National Reconciliation Week (NRW 2021). NRW 2021 theme resonates The theme
On the 26th of January, Reconciliation Queensland hosted a zoom seminar and discussion on the history and future of the Aboriginal Shire of Cherbourg with community leaders and Elders. By guest writer Jeaun Lewis Twitter: @JeaunLewis Cherbourg, which is located
Torres Strait Island Elder, Aunty McRose Elu, has won the 2021 Queensland Senior Australian of The Year Award for her tireless advocacy for Torres Strait communities and climate change. In a statement, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said Aunty McRose Elu’s award recognised her decades-long
By guest writer Jeaun Lewis Twitter: @JeaunLewis When Indigenous Australian star Hunter Page-Lochard started acting professionally he could not understand why he was overlooked, not just for roles, but for auditions. Then he started asking questions about opportunities for Australian
Fees have been waived for new adult and concession Reconciliation Queensland memberships to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Walk for Reconciliation across the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the William Jolly Bridge walk in Brisbane. The Walk for Reconciliation and
An original poetry reading and rousing performances on the didgeridoo and Native American flute delighted Reconciliation Queensland members and guests when Jeremy Donovan joined us at Mitchelton Library for the RQI Speaker Series. Jeremy ‘Yongurra’ Donovan is an internationally renowned
Song, performance and craft stalls capped off this year's Defying Boundaries reconciliation walk on August 10th at West End's Bunyapa Park. Commencing at St James College on Boundary Street, Spring Hill, the annual walk weaves its way to Boundary Street,
A long journey came to fruition when a First Peoples Recognition Site was opened recently at Mt Nebo. Research started in 1992 but was put on hold due to uncertainty as to who were the First Peoples of the area.
People of many cultural backgrounds have walked in harmony through Logan in a show of support for reconciliation with Australia's First Nations peoples. The walk, on June 22nd, culminated with a yarning circle at the Gould Adams Sport Complex and