Reconciliation and history projects

Telling the stories of Aboriginal history in Western Australia.

Gnarla Booja Mili Mili

An online interactive map acknowledging the names of Noongar places throughout the Perth CBD area, also known as Boorlo or Burrell in the Noongar language.

Wadjemup — The Land Beyond the Shore

A history of Aboriginal incarceration on Wadjemup (Rottnest Island) between 1900-1931.

Norman Tindale Collection

An index for Aboriginal family history researchers to the genealogies and photographs collected by Norman Tindale, Joseph Birdsell and Phillip Epling in Western Australia 1935 to 1966.

Moore River Native Settlement Burial Register

The Moore River Native Settlement is an historically significant place for Aboriginal people throughout the State. Many were or have family who resided at the former settlement or have relatives that are buried there. The burial index provides a comprehensive database of the individuals buried at the Moore River Native Cemetery.

Reconciliation Week street banner project

Reconciliation Week is celebrated from 27 May to 3 June each year. To acknowledge Reconciliation Week, the department coordinates the Street Banner Project which promotes reconciliation through banners, sponsored by organisations, being placed in prominent locations across Western Australia.

Publications

Moore River Native Settlement Centenary Photographic Collection cover

Moore River Native Settlement Centenary photographic collection

Book
Moore River Native Settlement Centenary photographic collection​
No Less Worthy cover

No Less Worthy

Book
A publication acknowledging the significant contribution of WA Aboriginal volunteers to the World War One effort.
Right Wrongs publication cover

Right Wrongs

Toolkit
'67 Referendum – WA 50 years on.
They Served With Honour cover

They Served With Honour

Book
Untold Stories of Western Australian Aboriginal Servicemen at Gallipoli.
Page reviewed 05 July 2021