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At the City of Salisbury, Reconciliation is important to us. We have a long history of delivering programs to enhance relationships, respect and opportunities with the Aboriginal community.


Important Information Regarding the Reconciliation in the North Morning Tea

The upcoming Reconciliation in the North Morning Tea has been cancelled due to the ongoing management of the outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus).

City of Salisbury program of events for Reconciliation and NAIDOC Weeks will also not be developed for this year.   

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us on 8406 8222 or

Reconciliation Action Plan

The City of Salisbury has developed a Reconciliation Action Plan that turns our good intentions towards reconciliation into action by identifying actions, timelines and measurable targets for relationships, respect and opportunities.

Please download our Reconciliation Action Plan.

Acknowledgement Protocols

The City of Salisbury Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group recommends the following Acknowledgement of Country wording:

The City of Salisbury acknowledges that we are meeting on the traditional Country of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains and pays respect to Elders past and present. We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge that they are of continuing importance to the Kaurna people living today.

The Kaurna language translation of this statement is:

City of Salisburyrlu tampinthi, ngadlu Kaurna yartangka inparrinthi. Kaurna miyurna yaitya mathanya Wama Tarntanyaku, Purkarnanti puki-unangku yalaka kuma.Parnaku yailtya, parnaku tapa purruna, parnaku yarta ngadlu tampinthi. Yalaka Kaurna miyurna itu yailtya, tapa purruna, yarta kuma puru martinthi, puru warri-apinthi, puru tangka martulayinthi.

City of Salisbury Reconciliation Action Plan ‘Welcome to Country’ and ‘Acknowledgement to Country’ Protocols and Guidelines 2014

These Protocols and Guidelines provide information about the reasons why recognition of Country is important and the process of implementing the protocols within the City of Salisbury.

2020 Selected Aboriginal Dates

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Indigenous Art in Salisbury

 Together Woven  

'Together Woven': by Marijana Tadic and Alexis West.

'Together Woven' is a heritage marker in recognition of Kaurna people as the original inhabitants of the Adelaide plains. Its shape and references speak clearly and proudly of Kaurna culture. The site incorporates text in the Kaurna and English languages, as well as a time capsule promoting awareness and wisdom of the Kaurna people and their way of life. 'Together Woven' was the winner of the 2013 KESAB Sustainable Cities Award for Heritage and Culture, and a finalist of the 2014 National Awards (Local Government Category) for promoting Indigenous recognition. Read more about Together Woven.

Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Australians

On Wednesday 5 September 2012 a conversation around Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Australians was held at the John Harvey Gallery. The conversation included a special discussion panel, comprising of the Honourable Robyn Layton, Professor Peter Buckskin, Tony Zappia MP and Khatija Thomas.

Page image credit: ‘The Meeting Place’ by the following artists at the Pooraka Farm Community Centre: Rosemary Barrie, Maria Gruber, Lorraine Gum, Upasana Srvastava, Sunil Vig, Frank Wanganeen, Gary Zuber.