Reconciliation action plan

NAIDOC Week 8 - 15 November 2020

NAIDOC Week is a little different this year, with the celebrations shifted from July to November due to COVID-19, but the message remains the same.

This year we acknowledge the theme of Always Was, Always Will Be. which recognises that that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years. To find out more about this year’s theme, please visit the NAIDOC website.

To celebrate and participate in NAIDOC Week the following opportunities and events are available:

Program Topic Details
Our words our stories series by Logan City Council

Short online stories by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People who live, work and perform in the City of Logan.

To listen to the stories visit Our words our stories

Family Activity Packs by Logan City Council Family art activity packs will be available from all nine library branches from Monday, 8 November to Saturday, 14 November.  Please visit Logan Libraries NAIDOC week family pack for details.
Wild Food and Cultural Festival by Spirit of the Red Sands Cultural festival with bush tucker, dancing, weaving demonstrations, face and boomerang painting and arts and craft stalls.  Event details
Address - 205 Main St, Beenleigh
Time - 10am to 3pm
Date - Sunday, 15 November 2020

Our Nangara by Good Start Early Learning Shailer Park and friends

You will need Microsoft Teams to join in these events.

Please contact Goodstart Early Learning Shailer Park, (07) 3209 6566 if you have any technical difficulties with the virtual experiences.

Aboriginal Song and Story Telling
Paul Burragun-Uncle Boomerang

Uncle Boomerang joins us to tell us some dream time stories. 

The Nana Magic Show
UraineRoelofs

Nana Magic, her bush fairy Izzy and their friend Tilley present a story about connecting to Country and sustainability. The show teaches children about our ancestors, snake and bush safety as well as the importance of sustainability. 

Traditional Torres Strait Island Cooking Session 
Cecelia Wright 

Cecelia and Althea join us from Thursday Island in the Torres Strait to share a cooking experience making SabeeSabeeDomboy. Check out the recipe card to find out what ingredients you need to need for this experience. 

Traditional Torres Strait Island Music Session
Cecelia Wright

Cecelia joins us from Thursday Island in the Torres Strait to share Torres Strait culture through traditional Island songs; TabaNaba, See the Slippery Crocodile and YawoSong.

Professional Conversation – Reconciliation Action Plans
Jackie Bennett

Join this professional conversation where we will unpack why we’re still talking about Reconciliation and why Reconciliation is so important.


A Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) provides a way for organisations to support strong relationships and respect between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians.

At Logan City Council, we recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia's first peoples. We work to support reconciliation and close the gap.

Our first Reconciliation Action Plan

Our first RAP ran from 2015–2017. It gave us 39 actions and 70 deliverables. Of these, 65 deliverables have been completed and/or incorporated into our ongoing business. The remaining 5 deliverables have been carried over into our second RAP.

Our second Reconciliation Action Plan

Our second RAP extends to December 2020 and involves all areas of the organisation.

This RAP is helping us to support and sustain reconciliation across the City of Logan. Through our RAP, we also aim to lead and encourage other local organisations and businesses to start their own reconciliation journey.

For more information, please download our current RAP Reconciliation Action Plan June 2019 – December 2020 (PDF 3.9 MB)

Please call us on 07 3412 3412 or email us at council@logan.qld.gov.au.

For more information about the national framework that supports organisations to produce a RAP, visit the Reconciliation Australia website.