Whitehorse City Council has a long-standing commitment to reconciliation and encouraging respectful relationships between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians.
Whitehorse City Council acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional owners of the land. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. Wurundjeri connection to this land dates back more than 40,000 years, and evidence of this connection still exists today.
Whitehorse Reconciliation Advisory Committee
|Expressions of interest are now open for next term of the Whitehorse Reconciliation Advisory Committee
The term will last for four years.
Expressions of interest are encouraged from Aboriginal people, service providers, community representatives, government departments, and other organisations.
Expressions of interest close on Friday 11 February 2022.
Apply via expression of interest form
For assistance with the expression of interest form, please contact Council’s Community Development Officer Maureen D’Arcy on 9262 6333 or email Maureen.D'Arcy@whitehorse.vic.gov.au
The Whitehorse Reconciliation Advisory Committee is a Council committee that oversees the development and implementation of the Reconciliation Action Plan. The Whitehorse Reconciliation Advisory Committee consists of Aboriginal people, service providers, community representatives, government departments, and other organisations.
The Whitehorse Reconciliation Advisory Committee provides Council with strategic advice on recognition and reconciliation issues relating to initiatives, services, activities, functions and facilities.
For more information contact the Community Development Officer: Maureen.D'Arcy@whitehorse.vic.gov.au
National Sorry Day
In honour of National Sorry Day, Whitehorse City Council hosts an annual Flag Raising Ceremony each year. National Sorry Day is held in May every year to recognise and acknowledge members of the Stolen Generations, as well as the historic apology speech given in 2008 to members of the Stolen Generations. National Sorry Day also marks the start of National Reconciliation Week.