Key Aboriginal organisations
For information about formally Recognised Traditional Owners visit Aboriginal Victoria’s interactive map and search the Local Government Area name [e.g. LGA: Ballarat] or a street address. You can also refer to Aboriginal Victoria’s Welcomes and Acknowledgements Protocol.
Wurundjeri Tribe Land and Compensation Cultural Heritage Council
Level 1, Providence Building, Abbotsford Convent
1 St Heliers Street, Abbotsford
Ph: (03) 9416 2905
South Melbourne Town Hall
208-220 Bank St, South Melbourne, VIC 3205
Ph: (03) 9682 9578
E: email@example.com Local Aboriginal Network (LAN) Broker | Northern Metro Inner East
Cathy Austin | 03 8392 5334 | firstname.lastname@example.org Monash Aboriginal Community Profile (includes Aboriginal organisations)
Key Documents / Links
Monash City Council reported the following good practices in their response to the 2012 Victorian Local Government Aboriginal Engagement and Reconciliation Survey and subsequent updates.
- Flies both flags permanently in Council Chambers and above the Town Hall.
- Engages with Traditional Owners
- Acknowledges Country
- Arranges Welcome to Country
- Has an Aboriginal Advisory Committee or similar structure
- Engages with local Aboriginal organisations
- Engages with Local Indigenous Networks
- Engages with the Local Reconciliation Group
- Employs Aboriginal staff
- Encourages employment of Aboriginal people
- Includes Aboriginal specific commitments in Council strategic documents
- Has an Aboriginal Action Plan
- Aboriginal Action / Inclusion Plan or similar
- Provides support for Aboriginal arts and culture
- Has a documented Aboriginal history of the municipality
- Supports or organises events that celebrate Aboriginal culture
- Has worked with RAP to protect local significant sites.
- Has worked with RAP to build greater community awareness.
- Library has Aboriginal specific programs
- Works with local agencies to support Aboriginal young people
Last Updated: January 24, 2020 at 4:04 pm