We need your thoughts and ideas to update our Reconciliation Action Plan which will guide Council’s commitment to reconciliation in Wagga Wagga on Wiradyuri Ngurambang.

What is a RAP?

A Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) provides a framework to demonstrate Council’s commitment to our Wiradjuri/Wiradyuri and First Nations community members.

Wagga Wagga City Council is committed to reconciliation and developing meaningful relationships with our Wiradjuri and First Nations Peoples to ensure there is genuine respect and equitable opportunities.

How can I have my say?

Come along to one of our drop-in sessions by booking your spot below or fill out our survey.

This consultation will conclude on Friday 28 June 2024 at 5:00PM

Online Survey


Come along to one of the following drop-in sessions for a yarn and a feed to chat about RAP's with Wagga Wagga City Council.

Frequently Asked Questions

Since 2006, Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) have enabled organisations to sustainably and strategically take meaningful action to advance reconciliation.

Based around the core pillars of relationships, respect and opportunities, RAPs provide tangible and substantive benefits for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, increasing economic equity and supporting First Nations self-determination.

Learn more about RAP's via Reconciliation Australia.

The artwork has been supplied by local First Nations artist Sarah Levett. Council has applied this artwork across a number of resources to support the renewal of our Recompilation Action Plan.

About the artist:

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.