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2017 Queensland Reconciliation Awards winners announced

Queensland businesses, community groups, educational institutions, and partnerships taking positive steps towards reconciliation were awarded for their remarkable contributions in an award ceremony in Cairns on 1 June 2017.

The 2017 award winners are:

  • Business category
    The Woodward Family CaPTA Group
  • Community category
    Cairns Hockey Association for Aspire to be Deadly
  • Education category
    North Keppel Island Environmental Education Centre for North Keppel Island Environmental Education Centre and Woppaburra Traditional Owners
  • Partnership category
    Cairns Indigenous Art Fair and Ports North for Cairns Indigenous Art Fair
  • Premier’s Reconciliation Award
    Puuya Foundation for Developing Everyday Leaders—The Puuya Foundation and Lockhart River Aboriginal Community

The 2017 winners were announced at an awards ceremony on Thursday 1 June in Cairns.

Read more about this year’s award recipients and finalists.

For more information about the awards contact Events Coordination within the Department of the Premier and Cabinet by email or telephone 07 3003 9200. You can also find us on Facebook.