Draft Reconciliation Action Plan 'Innovate'

Consultation has concluded



The City of Vincent is committed to gaining greater reconciliation between Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Aboriginal peoples.

As we continue along our reconciliation journey, we are delighted to announce that we have developed the City's next Reconciliation Action Plan - the Innovate RAP.

Innovate RAP

The innovate RAP aims to target the adversity Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples face in the area of employment and procurement. The plan also outlines better understanding of Aboriginal culture in the community through artwork and workshops created and delivered by local Noongar people.

Drafting the Innovate RAP started in June 2018 and included seven months of consultations and workshops with the City's RAP working group, organisations, Elders and community members.

The draft Innovate RAP was approved for public consultation at the City's Council Meeting on 2 April. Once we have collated feedback from our community on the draft plan, we will seek final endorsement from Reconciliation Australia and Council before lunching the plan to our community.

Share your thoughts

The Innovate RAP represents the next step on the City's path to reconciliation and we would love to hear your thoughts on the draft plan.

The draft Innovate RAP is available for viewing from the document library.

You can share your thoughts on the draft plan until 5pm 17 April via the feedback form below. The feedback form is also available to complete in person at the City's Administration Centre, 244 Vincent Street Leederville, or it can be emailed upon request.


We acknowledge the significant contribution Noongar people make to our community and the places we live, work and play, and we are dedicated to building strong and meaningful relationships with the local Noongar community to ensure we create opportunity for their culture, history and traditions to continue to flourish.




The City of Vincent is committed to gaining greater reconciliation between Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Aboriginal peoples.

As we continue along our reconciliation journey, we are delighted to announce that we have developed the City's next Reconciliation Action Plan - the Innovate RAP.

Innovate RAP

The innovate RAP aims to target the adversity Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples face in the area of employment and procurement. The plan also outlines better understanding of Aboriginal culture in the community through artwork and workshops created and delivered by local Noongar people.

Drafting the Innovate RAP started in June 2018 and included seven months of consultations and workshops with the City's RAP working group, organisations, Elders and community members.

The draft Innovate RAP was approved for public consultation at the City's Council Meeting on 2 April. Once we have collated feedback from our community on the draft plan, we will seek final endorsement from Reconciliation Australia and Council before lunching the plan to our community.

Share your thoughts

The Innovate RAP represents the next step on the City's path to reconciliation and we would love to hear your thoughts on the draft plan.

The draft Innovate RAP is available for viewing from the document library.

You can share your thoughts on the draft plan until 5pm 17 April via the feedback form below. The feedback form is also available to complete in person at the City's Administration Centre, 244 Vincent Street Leederville, or it can be emailed upon request.


We acknowledge the significant contribution Noongar people make to our community and the places we live, work and play, and we are dedicated to building strong and meaningful relationships with the local Noongar community to ensure we create opportunity for their culture, history and traditions to continue to flourish.