Commitment to Reconciliation

Prelude Australia are working to develop a Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan.

We are working to develop a RAP Committee that will include representatives from the families we support and our community partners so we can genuinely work together to contribute to reconciliation.

We believe we have a responsibility to listen and learn. We acknowledge we are working on Aboriginal land & country, and we recognise the importance of truth telling and embedding the First Nations lens and voice in the way we deliver supports and services to the community.

We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands in which we meet and pay our respects to elders past present and emerging. We want acknowledge the First Nations children and families we support and our First Nations staff and partners. 

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Prelude Australia Acknowledgement to Country

Prelude Australia are supporting YES to change the Constitution.

We believe that by supporting YES, we can work together for a better future.

Prelude Australia believe in:

  • Recognising and respecting 150,000 + years of First Nation’s culture, knowledge, and truth-telling.
  • Listening to a diverse group of First Nations Peoples about policies and challenges that affect their community.
  • Protecting the right of First Nations People to provide advice to the government and influence practical positive change.

Prelude Australia is committed to showing leadership in our sector and acknowledges our role as a trusted Not For Profit charity that delivers services to over 100 First Nations families.

We recognise the Referendum has been driven by the request from First Nations People to establish the Voice to Parliament, which is supported by more than 80% of the First Nations community.

To find out more about the Referendum being held on the 14th of October, 2023 and the Voice to Parliament please visit:




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