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.
Free self-guided tour available by scanning QR Code.
TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 6 reviews
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...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
“nice spot to reflect ”
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...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
“Visited during Enlighten Festival”
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...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
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