Our community events attract more than 10,000 total participants every year.


Upcoming events

We invite you to attend the 2018 Walk for Reconciliation this Friday, 1 June 2018.

We welcome you to join us to learn and celebrate the Noongar Culture and contribution. Explore on your walk the Noongar six seasons as told by Peter Farmer and performances activated through Urban Indigenous.

This is a FREE EVENT; the more the merrier. We ask you to bring people – your people – from your workplace, your communities and your families to share in this transformative experience and show solidarity to the reconciliation movement.

This year’s Walk will be around Elizabeth Quay- an exact meeting point will be posted on this event page closer to the date. To find out more click here.

Reconciliation WA Projects

Reconciliation WA coordinates four targeted projects each year:

Yokai Aboriginal Employment Forum

‘Yokai’ is an Aboriginal Employment Forum that meets six times a year in Perth. The networking meetings bring together over 140 organisations interested in enhancing the outcomes across Aboriginal workforce recruitment and retention, and supply and procurement.

Leadership in Reconciliation

The Leadership in Reconciliation Project brings together leaders from across the Western Australian community to explore ways to work towards and achieve a reconciled Western Australia. RWA is working with six leadership groups from Corporate, Community, Education, Government, First People and Young & Emerging Leaders.

SGIO Reconciliation In Schools

Out of 43 schools who applied, six primary
and secondary schools successfully
established or improved their reconciliation
program, including John Curtin College of the
Arts, Broome Primary School and Eastern
Goldfields College.

Social Reinvestment

RWA participates as the Executive of Social Reinvestment WA. An Aboriginal led coalition with a new vision for justice in WA: Healthy Families, Smart Justice & Safe Communities.


Reconciliation WA Events

Reconciliation WA also coordinates nine large community events, attracting more than 10,000 total participants.

  1. Run for Reconciliation – August
  2. Reconciliation WA Annual Sundowner – December
  3. Australia Day Breakfast BBQ – January
  4. Apology Day – February
  5. Reconciliation Breakfast – June
  6. Terrace Walk for Reconciliation – June
  7. Sorry Day – May
  8. Indigenous Veterans Commemorative Service – May
  9. Rob Riley Memorial Lecture – May
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