Reconciliation Place

Reconciliation Place

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Reconciliation Place reaffirms Australia's shared history and commitment to Reconciliation as an important national priority. Wander down pathways among public artworks and explore the themes of Indigenous achievements, partnerships, belonging and connection to the land and waters.

The location of Reconciliation Place in the Parliamentary Zone places the Reconciliation process physically and symbolically at the heart of Australia's democratic life and institutions. Reconciliation Place is constructed on the traditional land of the Ngunnawal people.

  • Children playing among the sculptures. Photo by Jinkyart
    Children playing among the sculptures.
  • The Separation Sliver at night
    Reconciliation Place
  • Acknowledgement of Indigenous military service
    Reconciliation Place
  • Fire and Water
    Reconciliation Place
  • Women's Artwork
    Reconciliation Place

DETAILS

OPENING HOURS

All hours

COSTS

Free

Location

Reconciliation Place

Reconciliation Place, (Between National Library of Australia and High Court of Australia), Parkes, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Features

Carpark

Reviews

TripAdvisor traveller rating

BASED ON 6 REVIEWS

Ranked #138 of 223 things to do in Canberra on TripAdvisor

“Reflection”

Reviewed on 15/02/2019

Walking between the Library and other museums you will encounter several placards and stories and indigenous artwork. It’s pleasant and meaningful but to me it is the smell of eucalyptus that really...

Review by

Babycakes2014

“nice spot to reflect”

Reviewed on 08/10/2017

nice park that is about reconciliation and the history of race relations in australia. little bit disjointed as it went over budget and original design wasn’t realised. still a lovely spot near...

Review by

ET3121

“Visited during Enlighten Festival”

Reviewed on 14/03/2017

Visited Reconciliation Place during the Enlighten Festival in March 2017. A great place to walk through between the National Library of Australia and Questacon near Lake Burly Griffin...

Review by

yvetteo324

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