Treaty is the opportunity to make sure First Nations people will always have the freedom and power to make the decisions that affect their communities, their culture and their Country.
Entry is FREE for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people who have ENROLLED with the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria and all children under 16 years of age, but you still need to register for a ticket. Eligible people can enrol here
Friends, allies and those who aren't enrolled will can purchase tickets on the Treaty Day Out website. Concession and companion tickets are available for concession card holders and kids who are 15 years and under are free!
Elected members of the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria will be in attendance on the day and community members will have the opportunity to stop by the information stall to have a yarn, learn about Treaty and ask any questions about the community led initiatives that are happening across the state. Everyone is welcome at Treaty Day Out – show your support for Treaty today and grab your tickets.
Who is the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria?
The First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria is the independent and democratically elected body to represent Traditional Owners of Country and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Victoria.
What is Treaty?
Treaty is our shared opportunity to tackle the racist legacies of invasion and create a better future together. This year they will enter negotiations on a state-wide Treaty with the Victorian Government.
Treaty Day Out
Treaty Day Out is a festival organised by the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria to raise awareness and support for the journey towards Treaty in Victoria. The first Treaty Day Out was held in Shepparton in February 2022, and was quickly followed by other successful festivals in Bendigo and Melbourne.
Listen to some of the artists
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