National Reconciliation Week:
Our journey to listen and learn

National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements. It is also an opportunity to explore how each of us can contribute to advancing reconciliation. We are encouraged to reflect on how we can continue to work towards reconciliation.  

Now, more than ever, listening to and learning from First Nations voices is crucial. 

As part of our commitment to learning and growth, we have curated a collection of some of our favourite First Nations media materials. These resources have enriched our understanding and appreciation of Indigenous cultures, and we hope they will inspire you as well. 

Here are some of our favourites: 







Reconciliation is a journey that involves us all. We are always eager to learn and expand our horizons, and we value the diverse perspectives that contribute to this ongoing dialogue. Please share your favourite First Nations media materials with us on our social media channels. Your recommendations will help us at Rowland to continue growing and learning together. 

Rowland acknowledges the Yuggera and Turrbal people as the Traditional Owners of the land where we have met and worked for more than 30 years. We pay our respects to their Elders and recognise we are part of a long history of storytelling on Meeanjin.