Attend an event in Victoria to engage with and learn more about a First Nations Voice to Parliament and upcoming Referendum.
This page has Rec Vic, Local Reconciliation Group, Local Government and community events across Victoria.
You can also find events via Yes23.
Visit our Voice to Parliament page for information and resources.
When: Thursday 12 October, 1pm - 1pm
Where: Birrarung Willum (Common Ground), Melbourne CBD
Join Melbourne for Yes/Yes23 for one final press conference in Naarm, to promote the Yes vote before Referendum Day.
Three giants of the Yes campaign - Thomas Mayo, Rachel Perkins and Jade Appo-Ritchie are coming to Melbourne to speak live.
There will be opportunity for a group of 10-20 Yes volunteers holding corflutes behind them as they speak to the nation's media about why it is so important to vote Yes.
Find out more.
When: Wednesday 11 October, 11:30am - 1pm
Where: Balwyn, cnr of Yerrin St and Whitehorse Rd
When: Wednesday, 11 October, 12pm - 1:30pm
Where: Hawthorn, cnr of Glenferrie Rd and Linda Cres
Boroondara for Yes (initiated by Boroondara Reconciliation Network) hosted information sessions in September for local residents to learn more about the referendum.
In the week before of the referendum, the network will be having conversations with the local community.
When: Wednesday 11 October, 1pm - 2pm
Join the National Rugby League (NRL) for an interactive Q&A session with Professor Megan Davis.
Professor Megan Davis is a proud Cobble Cobble woman of the Barunggam Nation and the Pro Vice-Chancellor Society at UNSW Sydney. She is a renowned constitutional lawyer and public law expert, focusing on advocacy for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Professor Megan will be joined by proud Barkindji man from the Wilcannia area in north-western NSW and ex NRL player Timana Tahu to answer questions about the upcoming referendum.
When: Sessions until Thursday 12 October
Where: Online via Zoom
The yarning circle concept is used by many First Nations peoples across the world. It's a space for active listening and reflection.
Join the Uluru Dialogue's online yarning circles to learn more about First Nations culture and why the Uluru Statement and a First Nations Voice are so important.
Wednesday October 11, 12:30pm - 2pm
Thursday October 12, 4:00pm – 5:30pm
When: Wednesday 11 October, 5pm - 6pm
Where: 62 Morgan St, North Geelong
First Nations community members and the wider Geelong community are invited to learn more and share thoughts on the proposed Voice to Parliament.
Wathaurong Aboriginal Co-operative are hosting a Voice information session with Wathaurong Community Member and Director Aunty Wendy Brabham, who is a member of the national Referendum Engagement Group.
The Referendum Engagement Group provides advice on and assists with building community understanding and awareness of the referendum and what it means.
When: Friday 13 October, 4pm - 5:30pm
Where: Building 12, RMIT University City Campus
On the eve of the historic Voice to Parliament referendum, RMIT University Journalism presents a special live television production called ‘The Voice’.
RMIT will be sitting down to an evening of informed and thought provoking discussion with a high profile set of panellists, a live audience, and in-depth reporting from RMIT journalism students.
The program will go out live to air from 4pm - 5.30pm on Friday Oct 13.
Uncle Charles Pakana - Victorian Aboriginal News
Grant Hansen - Founder and Host, Marngrook Footy Show
More panelists to be confirmed
When: Sunday 11 October, 10am - 11:30am
Where: Willum Warrain, 10c Pound Rd Hastings
When: Monday 16th, 5pm - 7:30pm
Where: 28 Freeman St Ringwood
When: Monday 30th of October, 5pm - 7:30pm
Where: 28 Freeman St Ringood, 5pm - 7:30pm
Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place are hosting a series of cultural suport events for all First Peoples' in the lead up and after the Voice Referendum.
Kutcha Edwards will be the cultural facilitator, and the gatherings will have Smoking Ceremonies, yarning circles and shared meals.
Share the flyer.
When: Sunday 22 October, 12pm - 3pm
Where: Queens Park, Moonee Ponds
Maribyrnong residents can attend a post-referendum picnic hosted by Maribyrnong for Yes.
Bring a blanket and some food to share, celebrate the incredible work and reflections made through the Yes 23 campaign.
Many events are taking place nation-wide in support of Yes 23.