Reconciliation Week Street Banner Project

Reconciliation Week is celebrated annually from 27 May to 3 June.

Karlamilyi by Narlene Waddaman
Photo: Reconciliation Week Street Banner artwork: Karlamilyi – My Mother’s Country by Narlene Waddaman © Narlene Waddaman/Copyright Agency, 2021

Reconciliation Week is celebrated annually from 27 May to 3 June and recognises the importance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and achievements. For 11 years the department has coordinated the Street Banner Project, displaying hundreds of banners, sponsored by organisations, in prominent locations across Western Australia.

With the support of a growing number of organisations and local governments this project offers a positive contribution towards reconciliation and provides the opportunity for your organisation or business to acknowledge the significant place of Aboriginal people and culture within our community.

Reconciliation Week Street Banners on St George’s Terrace 2021. Artwork by  Tee Jay Worrigal.


Bookings for 2022 have now closed. If you would like to join our mailing list for 2023, please email the banners team.

Your organisation can publicly demonstrate your commitment to reconciliation by becoming a sponsor. You can choose sites right across Western Australia to suit your location or business operations starting from $350. Your banners will feature your corporate logo and artwork from an emerging Western Australian artist.

Purchase orders

Invoices can be paid by credit card, however if you require a purchase order number on your invoice and didn’t provide one when booking, please email the banners team with ‘Purchase Order Number’ as the subject line. We cannot add purchase order numbers after your invoice has been issued. 


We will also need a high-resolution copy of your logo. If you haven’t previously provided one, please email it to the banners team with ‘Logo’ in the subject line.

Benefits of sponsoring

  • Promotion of your organisation's commitment to creating an inclusive community for all Australians.
  • Demonstration of your organisation’s social responsibility.
  • Opportunity to participate in a unique statewide reconciliation initiative.
  • Encouragement of a greater understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and achievements.
  • Positive promotion of your organisation in prominent locations.
  • An effective activity to include in your organisation’s Reconciliation Action Plan.
  • Shared opportunity to participate in an event to launch Reconciliation Week.

More information

If you have any questions about this project, please contact:

The Banners Team
Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries

2021 sponsors

The department thanks the following organisations for their support of this project in 2021.

Aboriginal Family Legal Services
Anglicare WA
AngloGold Ashanti Australia 
atwork Australia
Auspire Australia Day Council WA
Australian Executor Trustees
Australian Institute of Management Western Australia
Broome Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Bunbury Geographe Chamber of Commerce and Industry & Working Together South West
Catholic Education Western Australia
Chevron Australia
City of Bayswater
City of Belmont
City of Canning
City of Cockburn
City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder
City of Kwinana
City of Melville
City of Rockingham
City of Wanneroo
Co3 Contemporary Dance
Commissioner for Children and Young People 
Committee for Perth
Commonwealth Bank
Compass Group (Australia) Pty Ltd
Cyrenian House
Decmil Group Limited
Department of Fire and Emergency Services
Department of Justice
Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety
Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage
Department of Premier and Cabinet
Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development - Gascoyne Development Commission
Department of Training and Workforce Development
Department of Treasury & Department of the Premier and Cabinet and Public Sector Commission
Department of Water and Environmental Regulation
Development WA
Edith Cowan University
Ertech Pty Ltd
Football West
Forest Products Commission
Georgiou Group
Health Consumers Council (WA) Inc
Holcim (Australia) Pty Ltd
Holmes à Court Gallery
Injury Matters
Jackson McDonald
Jacobs Group Australia (Pty Ltd)
Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services
Legal Aid WA
Luna Palace Cinemas
Lycopodium Limited
Mainroads WA
Mental Health Commission
Mirvac Pty Ltd
Mission Australia
Monadelphous Group Ltd
Murdoch University
NAATI (National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters Ltd)
National Indigenous Australians Agency
National Trust of Western Australia
Ngala Community Services
North Metropolitan TAFE
Office of the Auditor General
Ombudsman Western Australia
Optus Stadium
Palmerston Association Inc
Perth Airport
Roshana Care Group
RPS AAP Consulting Pty Ltd
Serco Australia
Sexual Health Quarters
Shadforth Financial Group
Shire of Broome
Shire of Carnarvon
Shire of Kellerberrin
Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale
Shire of Wiluna
Shire of Wiluna and Wirrpanda Foundation
Small Business Development Corporation
South Coastal Health and Community Services
St John WA
State Library of Western Australia
State Records Office WA in partnership with Aboriginal History WA
The Hon. Ken Wyatt AM MP, Federal Member for Hasluck and Minister for Indigenous Australians
Therapy Focus
Town of East Fremantle
Town of Victoria Park
Uniting WA
Veolia Environmental Service (Australia) Pty Ltd
WA Council of Social Service
WA Police Force 
WA Police Mid-West Gascoyne District Office
WA Primary Health Alliance 
Water Corporation
West Australian Football Commission
Western Australian Local Government Association
Western Australian Museum
Western Australian Network of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies (WANADA)
Westpac Banking Corporation
Winun Ngari Aboriginal Corporation
Woodside Energy Ltd.
Worley Services Pty Ltd
Page reviewed 12 April 2022