An article about the 1854 Eureka rebellion, often referred to as the Eureka Stockade, which arose because of widespread opposition on the part of goldfield workers to the issuing and enforcement of miner's licences. An article about European maritime discovery and the British colonisation of Australia.
You can: Reconciliation is about building better relationships between Indigenous peoples and the wider Australian community for the benefit of all Australians.
National Reconciliation Week is held in late May/early June each year.
Galleries throughout Queensland and Australia host collections that include examples of paintings, textiles, prints, drawings, objects, photos, bark paintings and sculpture. Experience Aboriginal culture and traditions face-to-face. Learn about bush tucker and medicines, how to fish using traditional methods and hear stories handed down through the generations. Throughout each year, events are held to celebrate Indigenous cultures.
NAIDOC Week—held across Australia each July—celebrates the history and achievements of these cultures and is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities, but by all Australians.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have distinct identities, histories and cultural traditions.