National Reconciliation Week reminds us to “Be a Voice for Generations” in 2023. This is what you need to know:

What is Reconciliation Week?

National Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June) is an opportunity for learning. As we understand more of our shared histories, cultures and achievements, we better understand Reconciliation and its importance.

27 May and 3 June mark two historic milestones: the 1967 Referendum and the High Court Mabo decision (1992).

To learn more about what this week means, visit the Reconciliation Australia website.


Get engaged this Reconciliation Week by participating in upcoming events, such as the Sorry Day Stolen Generations Community Gathering, Rising From the Embers Festival, Reconciliation Walk and more.

Access the full list of events on the Events webpage.


Spread the word about National Reconciliation Week using the web banners, email signatures, posters and more on the Resources page, or Translated Resources page for Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Punjabi and Vietnamese.

With the assets provided, you can also take to social media with the #NRW2023.

Note: NRW2023 assets and logos not for commercial uses