Reconciliation Week 27 May to 3 June

Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.

We are committed to our role in supporting and advocating for a deeper understanding of reconciliation through building our relationships with First Nations communities and organisations and recognising their invaluable contribution to our City.

Important Dates and Events Calendar


26 May

National Sorry Day 

27 May to 3 June 

Reconciliation Week 

3 June

Mabo Day

2 to 9 July



Commemorating National Sorry Day

Port Phillip Citizens for Reconciliation host an annual lunch to commemorate National Sorry Day in May each year. More details will be provided closer to the 2024 event date. 

Celebrating Mabo Day at the Esplanade Market on 4 June in St Kilda

The City of Port Phillip was proud to present Mabo Day Celebrations in partnership with the Esplanade Market featuring a range of First Nations performances including music from Amos Roach. 

First Peoples Film Screenings at St Kilda Film Festival 

These films featured in the St Kilda Film Festival's 2023 program.
The Lost Crystals of Jessica’s Room
Gravel Road
Bangay Lore
Mud Crab
Helicopter Tjungurrayi  
Big Picture film maker development – Filming on Country
The Eel Farm
Galup VR Experience