Wollongong City Council is committed to reconciliation, and to celebrating and supporting local Aboriginal communities.
We do this in a number of ways.
Aboriginal Services staff member
Council has a dedicated Community Development Worker - Aboriginal Services, who plans and helps to develop programs and services for Wollongong's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities.
To get in touch with our Aboriginal Community Development Officer, please email or call (02) 4227 7111.
Aboriginal Reference Group
The Aboriginal Reference Group gives advice to Council about issues that affect local communities.
Aboriginal Engagement Framework
Council has developed an Aboriginal Engagement Framework PDF, 5255.53 KB to support our staff to engage with the Aboriginal community in a meaningful, respectful and culturally appropriate way.
You can also download an accessible Word version of the Aboriginal Engagement Framework DOCX, 46.05 KB.
Reconciliation Action Plan
We've developed a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) with our local communities. It explains our commitment and vision to create an inclusive and connected community where Aboriginal people feel a sense of pride and belonging.
You can also download an accessible Word version of our RAP DOCX, 54.58 KB.
NAIDOC Week Grants
Council has a funding program to support not-for-profit groups organising events for NAIDOC Week. See our NAIDOC Week Grants page for details.
Lord Mayor's Reconciliation Morning Tea
An annual event for local Aboriginal Elders and community leaders.
Lord Mayor's Elders NAIDOC Luncheon
An opportunity for Aboriginal Elders to be acknowledged and celebrated.
Regional NAIDOC Awards Dinner
Council is a member of the organising committee of this regional celebration of the achievements of local Aboriginal Elders, Aboriginal community members and organisations.
Thanks to our platinum sponsors
As part of our Regional NAIDOC Awards Dinner, we would like to thank our Platinum Sponsors for their support and the continuing work and services they provided to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their communities.
Sandon Point Joint Management Agreement
Council and our Aboriginal community work together to protect and promote Aboriginal culture, heritage and connection to this significant Aboriginal site.
Welcome To and Acknowledgement of Country Protocol
For more information about Council's programs and services for the Aboriginal community, please email or call Council’s Aboriginal Community Development Officer on (02) 4227 7111.
- Aboriginal Culture and Communities
- Floods and Stormwater
- Coast and Waterways
- Trees and Plants
- Natural Areas
- Native Animals
- Pest Animals
- Climate Change
- Environmental Education
- Bike City
- Parking and Transport
- Public Toilets
- Wollongong CBD
- History and Heritage
- Memorial Gardens and Cemeteries
- Sister Cities
- Filming and Photography