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To build a society where Aboriginal culture and history is a respected and valued part of Australian life.
To preserve, protect and promote the Aboriginal culture of South Eastern Australia and in doing so, bridge the cultural gap between Koories and the wider community.
Gnokan Danna Murra Kor-ki
give me your hand my friend
The clasped black and white hands in our logo seen at the top of our page reflect our belief that, through education and promotion, we can raise awareness and appreciation of the cultural diversity of Koorie culture and work towards the broader goal of reconciliation for all Australians.
We embrace the principles behind reconciliation and actively work to bridge the cultural gap between the Koorie and wider communities.
We value integrity and are committed to always working in an ethical, respectful, honest, transparent and accountable manner.
We are proud of our cultural heritage and are committed to building strong identifies with the communities we serve.
We endeavour to be leaders in keeping our culture and heritage strong and vibrant in South East Australia; ensuring the richness, diversity and integrity of our culture and heritage is safe guarded for present and future generations.
We care for the only public collection in Victoria dedicated solely to Koorie art and culture. We also offer a range of programs including cross cultural awareness training and tours, exhibitions, Koorie family history service and a retail shop.
We are also a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 21918).
Watch an introductory video about the Trust: