Boroondara Reconciliation Strategy 2022–2026

Thank you

The City of Boroondara would like to thank and acknowledge the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Cultural Heritage Aboriginal Corporation. We would also like to thank all the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and organisations who generously gave their time throughout the consultations for our Boroondara Reconciliation Strategy. We are grateful to everyone who shared their ideas and aspirations for reconciliation in Boroondara.

We also want to thank others who provided their reflections and ideas, including:

  • community organisations
  • service providers
  • the Boroondara community.

Thank you to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sector in the Inner East for providing us with guidance to develop our Boroondara Reconciliation Strategy. Their support made sure we heard from a diverse range of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

More information

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Phone: (03) 9278 4693  Email: [email protected]

Acknowledgement of Traditional Owners

The City of Boroondara acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people as the Traditional Owners and original custodians of this land. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

A tree on the Wurundjeri Heritage Trail
The online version of the Boroondara Reconciliation Strategy 2022–2026 has been simplified and edited for web.

Read the original Boroondara Reconciliation Strategy 2022–2026 and the Implementation Plan