Reconciliation Week 2022 runs from Friday 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.

The theme of this year's Reconciliation Week is Be Brave. Make Change. Be Brave. Make Change. is a challenge to us all to Be Brave and tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation so we can Make Change for all. We are excited to be able to mark this occasion in person with our community.

In-person events are subject to the Victorian Government's event guidelines and any COVID-19 restrictions that may be in place at the time of the event.

Important Dates and Events Calendar


26 May

National Sorry Day

27 May

Reconciliation Week begins

27 May – 3 June

Reconciliation Week art installation at St Kilda Library, Carlisle Street

29 May

Sounds and Tastes of Torres Strait

3 June

Mabo Day

5 June

St Kilda Film Festival special event – One Night the Moon screening with ‘In Conversation with Kelton Pell’

Download City of Port Philip’s Reconciliation Week events list here (PDF 111KB)

First Peoples Film Screenings at St Kilda Film Festival 2022


27 May

Finding Jedda


28 May

Forming Warrick Thornton

29 May

Beautiful: They

Mourning Country

3 June

Bunker: The Last Fleet

4 June

Finding Jedda


5 June

SPECIAL SCREENING: One Night the Moon screening with ‘In Conversation with Kelton Pell’

View screening sessions and book tickets on the St Kilda Film Festival website.

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