Sunshine Coast
Reconciliation Group Inc

Sunshine Coast Reconciliation Group

Welcome

Our aim is to promote understanding of reconciliation between First Nations Australians and other Australians through engagement and participation.

We remain deeply committed to the Uluru Statement from the Heart. We are extremely sorry and disappointed by the Voice referendum result but congratulate all our members and supporters for the amazing work they did on our Voice campaign. 

We remain committed to Truth-Telling and Treaty. 

We will always stand up against racism and discrimination. We pledge our support for and allegiance with First Nations people and non-Indigenous people of good conscience. 

events

We organise and participate in events throughout the year. See our Events page for upcoming and past events.

Past Events

Harmony Day

The taste of harmony – Multicultural Picnic. 10.30 – 2.30pm Bring your own blanket & picnic! – Cotton Tree Park Food, music, games dance

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About

Aunty Betty McMahon

Aunty Betty McMahon became co-Patron of the Sunshine Coast Reconciliation Group Inc. along with her friend Senator Claire Moore around 2014.

Aunty Betty took her duty as an Elder very seriously. She sat on several committees on the Sunshine Coast  and  was known as a tireless worker for her community. She is especially remembered for her support and guidance of young people. 

GET INVOLVED

What you can do

Help us to promote understanding of reconciliation between First Nations Australians and other Australians.

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Acknowledgement and Content Advice​

The Sunshine Coast Reconciliation Group Incorporated acknowledges and pays respect to Queensland’s past, present and future Traditional Owners and Elders and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website contains images or names of people who have passed away.