Reconciliation WA is activating the Western Australian community to learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories and to share that knowledge.

The 2018 Walk for Reconciliation will explore the Noongar six seasons as told by Peter Farmer and include performances by Urban Indigenous. The walk is open to all and is designed as a strong show of solidarity and celebration of the reconciliation movement.

Meet at the Bell Tower at Barrack Street Jetty. 

This event is supported by MRA.

When

This event has already happened. Visit our See & Do page to see what other events are coming up.

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This event is organised by Reconciliation WA

Where

Barrack Street Jetty

Elizabeth Quay, Barrack Street and Riverside Drive, Perth, WA, 6000

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