Videos, articles, games, digibooks and more in relation to National Reconciliation Week.
It was the eleventh hour in a journey to find her great uncle’s resting place when artist Julie Hutchings had a major breakthrough.
Thousands of people from all walks of life stream into Kings Park in Perth for the Anzac Day dawn service, followed by a combined corroboree and haka, as Premier Mark McGowan pays tribute to the sacrifice of generations who served in Australia’s armed forces.
A Tasmanian Indigenous group that initially planned to gatecrash the Anzac Day march was eventually granted permission to participate — it now wants to lead the event next year.
Explore, learn and reflect on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander experiences with the Right Wrongs feature:
On May 27, 1967, Australians voted in a referendum to change how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people were referred to in the Constitution. Explore these personal stories, opinions and historical recordings of what happened.
How far have we come since 1967?
Uluru is sacred to the traditional Anangu people of the area and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This stunning image of Uluru in the Australian outback was taken by the Korean Kompsat-2 satellite at an altitude of 685 kilometres.