Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags now flying at Council
Published: 27 April 2015
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags now fly alongside the Australian, Queensland and Council flags outside the Logan City Administration Centre.
The flags have been installed as part of Council's draft Reconciliation Action Plan. They are an important symbol of reconciliation as they help to build awareness and understanding in the broader community, as well as help to make Council more welcoming for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and community members.
This is a permanent symbol of respect for Council's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents and proud moment for Council's reconciliation journey.