What Reconciliation Tasmania represents

Reconciliation Tasmania is the peak state-wide body promoting reconciliation for all Tasmanians. We promote a deeper understanding, respect and justice for, and with, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

National Reconciliation Week Breakfast 2024

‘What an amazing morning! Congratulations on another outstanding NRW breakfast event.  

The event was so beautifully run (as always) and the speakers were absolutely amazing and so inspirational! I was absorbed.

It was such a pleasure to hear about the Chris Crerar Reconciliation Sponsorship – what a beautiful way to celebrate Chris’ memory and continue his amazing legacy.’

Rosie Jones, Senior Manager Internal Communications, MyState



What do we do?

We commit to reconciliation in Tasmania, where people walk together in relationships built on trust and respect for each other and this island’s rich and long history.

Take action

A key pillar of reconciliation action is working towards greater unity between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Tasmanians. Healing the wounds and division of our past is an ongoing process that we can all contribute to.

Members & Volunteers

Walk together with us and enhance your reconciliation journey by joining our community. Your membership is a real commitment to truth, action and unity.

Educate

Reconciliation Tasmania is a wholly independent, neutral and registered ‘not for profit’ organisation established to provide a safe and open place where all Tasmanians can seek to become involved in real reconciliation. We aim to achieve this through building relationships, respect and trust between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Tasmanians through our projects and activities.

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We come together as Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Tasmanians with a powerful message and vision – to create a more reconciled Tasmania.
Getting involved in Tasmania’s reconciliation movement is a rewarding experience which will deepen your understanding of what it means to be a Tasmanian