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Reconciliation Week at Penrith

A week of Reconciliation events

Last week, our staff at Penrith’s Children Family Centre came together to celebrate Reconciliation Week. We created different artworks together as a team while sharing stories on how we could strengthen relationship with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, families and communities. These new artworks are looking fabulous on our reception wall.

Reconciliation Week at Penrith


Mt Druitt Reconciliation Walk

2024 marks the 27th anniversary of the Reconciliation Walk and Gathering at Dawson Mall in Mount Druitt.

Some of our Penrith Children’s Family Centre staff represented Barnardos on the gathering. Even though the weather on Saturday wasn’t perfect for a walk, we still showed up and joined many other organisations and community members in celebrating this important event and the true meaning of Reconciliation – the building of mutual and respectful relationships between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians.

Reconciliation Week at Penrith

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