Local Reconciliation Groups in Victoria

Throughout both metropolitan and regional Victoria, Reconciliation Victoria supports and works with a network of independent Local Reconciliation Groups (LRGs), who promote cultural awareness, understanding and education in their local communities.  

LRGs organise a range of events and activities such as local forums, film nights, concerts, cultural tours and walks, talks at local schools, art exhibitions and information displays.  Many groups work with local government and schools to promote reconciliation as well as greater awareness of Aboriginal history and culture. 

Whilst this generally describes the work of LRGs, each can be unique in the activities they undertake.  The existing local groups are listed below. Click on their name to find out more about their activities and their contact details.

If there isn't a group in your area and you would like to set one up, please contact us.

List of Local Reconciliation Groups

- Bass Coast/South Gippsland

- Bendigo Reconciliation Committee

- Boroondara Reconciliation Network

- Castlemaine ANTaR

- Concerned Australians (Melbourne-based)

- Dandenong Ranges

- Geelong One Fire Reconciliation Group

- Macedon Ranges Local Reconciliation Group

- Marngrook in Mainstream Inc

- Maroondah Movement for Reconciliation

- Monash Reconciliation Group

- Moonee Valley Reconciliation Group

- Nillumbik Reconciliation Group

- Port Phillip Citizens for Reconciliation

- Queenscliff Reconciliation

- Reconciliation Banyule

- Reconciliation Manningham

- Reconciliation Stonnington

- Shepparton Region Reconciliation Group

- TR@K Towards Reconciliation at Knox

- Whitehorse Friends for Reconciliation

- Whittlesea Reconciliation Group

- Yarra Ranges ANTaR