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    Ashmont Reconciliation Yarn & Feed with Wagga Wagga City Council

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    We're talking about our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and need your thoughts and ideas to develop a new plan to guide Council’s commitment to reconciliation in Wagga Wagga.  

    Wagga Wagga City Council is committed to reconciliation and developing meaningful relationships with Wiradjuri/Wiradyuri and First Nations Peoples to ensure there is genuine respect and equitable opportunities. Reconciliation Action Plans are documents to help guide that aspiration in our broader community.

    • When: Tuesday 28 May 2024
    • Time: 12:30PM-2:30PM
    • Where: Ngurra Hub, Ashmont

    Please note that this session is for local First Nations and Wiradjuri/Wiradyuri community members only. 

    If you are non-First Nations and would like to provide feedback and input into the Reconciliation Action Plan renewal for Wagga Wagga City Council, register for this session HERE.

    RAP Artwork Commission Expression of Interest

    If you or someone you know is interested in submitting an expression of interest to create the hero artwork for the next RAP document, team members will be available at this session to answer any questions you may have about the process. 

    Got Questions?

    Shoot us a message if you've got any burning questions or just want to chat before the event. Contact Council’s Aboriginal Community Development Officer on 02 6926 9358 or

    About the artwork:

    Sarah Levett is a queer Wiradjuri and Gundungurra yinaa ‘woman’ and uses her culture, travel and connection to country to inspire her artworks.

    Sarah blends contemporary and traditional art and is continually pushing the boundaries with her creativity and storytelling.

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