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Crazy Prices Bargain Stores. Interdesign Hair Stylist. Royal Hotel Bistro. Council recognises the people of the Bundjalung Nation as custodians and traditional owners of this land, and values and appreciates the continuing cultural connection to lands, the living culture and unique role in the life of this region.
Council prioritises a strong relationship with the local Aboriginal community; collaborating on a range of projects. This is a collaborative forum for Aboriginal community organisations and service providers working with Aboriginal community members to network, share information, and work together on events. Approximately five meetings are held annually. National Reconciliation Week recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture in Australia and fosters reconciliation discussion and activities.
It is held between 27 May and 3 June each year, with Council supporting Reconciliation Week events hosted by local Aboriginal community groups. For more information about the significance of Reconciliation Week, please click here. All rights reserved.