Aboriginal Strategic Framework 2018-21

Consultation has concluded


The City of Casey has now adopted it's first Aboriginal Strategic Framework. Please click here to view the Framework.

The Aboriginal Strategic Framework sets out the commitment that Council makes to build stronger relationships with the Aboriginal community, strengthening connections and partnerships that are underpinned by self-determination.

This Framework has been developed in partnership with the Aboriginal community, Casey-wide community, Aboriginal organisations, key stakeholders, Council staff and the people that utilise the Casey Aboriginal Gathering Place in Doveton.

This framework builds on the investment made by the community and Council into the aspirations and vision of the Gathering Place, a place driven by the needs of the local community to support community across a range of stages in their lives.

Please note, on this page Aboriginal is referring to both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people



Did you know?

The name of City of Casey's arts, cultural and civic precinct, Bunjil Place, was inspired by stories of Bunjil as told by the traditional land owners of the Boon Wurrung, Bunurong and Wurundjeri people.

The City of Casey is home to the largest number of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander residents across the Southern Region with approximately 56.4% under the age of 25.


The City of Casey has now adopted it's first Aboriginal Strategic Framework. Please click here to view the Framework.

The Aboriginal Strategic Framework sets out the commitment that Council makes to build stronger relationships with the Aboriginal community, strengthening connections and partnerships that are underpinned by self-determination.

This Framework has been developed in partnership with the Aboriginal community, Casey-wide community, Aboriginal organisations, key stakeholders, Council staff and the people that utilise the Casey Aboriginal Gathering Place in Doveton.

This framework builds on the investment made by the community and Council into the aspirations and vision of the Gathering Place, a place driven by the needs of the local community to support community across a range of stages in their lives.

Please note, on this page Aboriginal is referring to both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people



Did you know?

The name of City of Casey's arts, cultural and civic precinct, Bunjil Place, was inspired by stories of Bunjil as told by the traditional land owners of the Boon Wurrung, Bunurong and Wurundjeri people.

The City of Casey is home to the largest number of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander residents across the Southern Region with approximately 56.4% under the age of 25.