Reconciliation Action Plan
Australia is home to the oldest continuous living culture in the world. The City of Stirling is located on the traditional lands of the Nyoongar People and respects and honours the Elders past, present and future.
The City of Stirling has been home to Wadjak people for over 40,000 years. Wadjak is one of 14 language groups that are part of the Nyoongar nation that covers the south west of Western Australia.
We are committed to improving the relationships between non-Indigenous Australians and our Indigenous communities.
City of Stirling Reconciliation Action Plan 2021 - 2023
The City’s Reconciliation Action Plan was developed with help from Indigenous organisations and communities as well as the broader community.
Partnerships are essential for the successful implementation of the plan, as we work towards building a stronger community where relationships are based on respect, appreciation and understanding of each other’s cultures, traditions and lifestyles.
Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group
The City's Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group (RAPWG) meets quarterly to assist in the implementation of our Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2021 - 2023. The current RAP working group recognise the positive contributions that people from all backgrounds can make towards reconciliation and welcomes the involvement of community members to join us on our reconciliation journey.
For more information, please contact the City's Aboriginal Engagement Officer.