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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture

Birri on Dance Group

The City of Melbourne collaborates with its Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to celebrate and support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures throughout Melbourne.

Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyheenner

The stories of these two Aboriginal men, the first men hanged in Melbourne, are key to an understanding of past, present and future Melbourne.

Atrium, Federation Square

Experience Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture in Melbourne with these cultural activities run by businesses that are owned or operated by Indigenous people.

Wurundjeri

Links to useful Indigenous information, listing both government and non-government websites.

Information About

Indigenous unit

Scar: A Stolen Vision - Enterprise Park

Our Indigenous unit raises cultural awareness, working to promote Melbourne’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander profile, including its Traditional Owners and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Victorians who visit, study and work in Melbourne.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander diary dates

Bill Nicholson Jnr and Luke Gardiner (Wurundjeri)

Useful Indigenous diary dates, such as Sorry Day, National Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week.

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Reconciliation

Clinton Nain (Merium Mer/ Ku Ku) and Winifred Bridges (Wurundjeri Elder)

The City of Melbourne’s Reconciliation Action Plan demonstrates our commitment to building strong partnerships with the Indigenous community.

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Indigenous arts

Indigenous arts

Indigenous arts projects run by the City of Melbourne.

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