Adelaide Hills Council acknowledges that we undertake our business on the traditional lands and waters of the Peramangk and Kaurna people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present, and emerging as the Custodians of this ancient and beautiful land for they hold the memories, traditions, spiritual relationships, culture, and hopes of the First Nations of Australia.
Click here to learn more about the Adelaide Hills Reconciliation Working Group.
Reconciliation Week 2020 | How to participate
Join an online workshop for traditional Aboriginal art
Pick up your art kit and join three online workshops with local artist David Booth, who will share his knowledge of traditional Aboriginal art and guide you through your project.
Available as a set of three workshops on either
Cost: $10 (includes art kit)
Organised by the Hills Connected Communities Community Centres: Mount Barker, The Hut, Torrens Valley, and The Summit, for Reconciliation Week 2020.
Listen to In this Together on Hills Radio
Tune in or stream online as indigenous artist, musician, and radio producer Chris Crebbin hosts a series of yarns with local Aboriginal people of the Adelaide Hills.
A collaboration between Adelaide Hills Council and Hills Radio 88.9FM.
Reflect on this year's theme:
In this together
Local Peramangk and Kaurna Elder, Ivan-Tiwu Copley, invites the community to use these recent weeks of isolation and difficulty to reflect on our country's past, and the hardships that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples have endured throughout Australia's history.
Picture what the future might hold through the spirit of true reconciliation, with the help of education, acknowledgement, and awareness, and share your vision with the people around you.
In This Together, you can help spread the message of reconciliation and a bright future for all Australians.