Stonnington sits on the land of the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation.
Statement of Commitment
We acknowledge that Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri Peoples are the Traditional Custodians of this land and have strived to retain their identity and cultures through more than two hundred years of dispossession and colonisation.
We are responsible for learning from, and promoting the intrinsic value of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, heritage and contemporary aspirations.
Council recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sacred sites and significant places, and the contributions made by Indigenous Australians to Victoria, and will work together towards a future of mutual respect and harmony.
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Reconciliation Action Plan
Our Reconciliation Action Plan(PDF, 7MB) has been developed in consultation with the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and Traditional Owners, as well as the wider community. The two year update, 2018 - 2020 Summary is available here(PDF, 1MB).
The Boon Wurrung Foundation represents the traditional custodians of the lands from the Werribee River to Wilsons Promontory.
Boon Wurrung Foundation
Ph: 9537 2222
14 Acland St, St Kilda VIC 3182
Reconciliation Stonnington is a community group promoting a deeper understanding, respect and justice for and with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The group meets on the second Wednesday of each month (except January) from 6pm - 7:30pm at the Grattan Gardens Community Centre. New members are always welcome. You can find more information on their Facebook page.
Ph: 9819 9106
Address: 28/1 Muir Street, Hawthorn VIC 3122
Indigenous History for Schools
We have partnered with Inner Eastern Local Learning & Employment Network (IELLEN), School Focused Youth Services, Reconciliation Stonnington and local primary schools to develop useful resources for teachers and students to learn about Indigenous history relating to the area.
The content is directed at students in upper primary, however it can be adapted to younger students as needed.
You can download the Student Guide(PDF, 2MB) and Teacher Guide(PDF, 8MB).
More information can be located at Reconciliation Victoria. Throughout both metropolitan and regional Victoria, Reconciliation Victoria supports and works with an independent network of Local Reconciliation Groups.