Reconciliation Place

Reconciliation Place, adjacent to Commonwealth Place on Lake Burley Griffin, symbolises the journey of reconciliation between Indigenous and white Australians, in the past, present and future. The location of Reconciliation Place within the Parliamentary Zone places the reconciliation process physically and symbolically at the heart of Australian democratic and cultural life. A series of public artworks, known as slivers, surround a central circular mound, while pathways link Reconciliation Place and Commonwealth Place, national institutions and Lake Burley Griffin.

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