Standing in Solidarity: Reconciliation Week 2024 and Beyond

At Arnhem, we believe in using our platform to uplift Indigenous voices and support Indigenous businesses.

This Reconciliation Week, we want to shine a spotlight on some incredible Indigenous-owned businesses that deserve recognition and support.



Discover the healing power of nature with skincare and wellness products inspired by Indigenous traditions.



By employing local harvesters for the making of their spirits, Seven Seasons creates sustainable jobs for Aboriginal people with money flowing back to support communities.



Indulge in the flavors of the land and sea with native ingredients and culinary delights.



Join the movement for social change with clothing that challenges stereotypes and promotes Indigenous voices.



Raise a toast to Indigenous entrepreneurship with refreshing non-alcoholic beverages.


We're inspired by the words of Clothing the Gaps: Allyship is more than a trend, it's a daily practice.

So, what more can we do? Here are some resources to deepen your understanding and support.



Educate yourself by delving into essential literature such as; 

Bringing Them Home Report – Australian Human Rights Commission

Family Matters Report – SNAICC

Stolen Girl by Trina Saffioti

Orphaned by the Colour of My Skin: A Stolen Generation Story by Mary Terszak

Stolen by Jane Harrison

Where do you fit? Tokenistic, ally – or accomplice? by Summer May Finlay



Tune into Indigenous voices through music, podcasts, and storytelling.

Took the Children Away by Archie Roach

Brown Skin Baby by Bob Randall

Waiting Road by Shellie Morris

Ngarraanga by Emma Donovan

Healing our Way – Intergenerational Trauma

The Deep – The Child of the Stolen Generation

Koori Yarn – Australia Isn’t Sorry



Stay connected with Indigenous communities and organizations on social media. 

Know Yourself – @idowyourself

The Healing Foundation – @healingourway

Common Ground – @commongroundfirstnations 

Our Kids Belong With Family – @ourkidsbelongwithfamily

Millennial Black – @officialmillenialblack 





A powerful voice in the movement for climate justice. Your donation ensures that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people are supported in leading the generation wide movement to solve the climate crisis.


Sisters Inside

Sisters Inside is an independent community organisation based in Queensland, which advocates for the collective human rights of women and girls in prison, and their families, and provides services to address their individual needs.


ID Know Yourself

An Aboriginal-led, grassroots organisation that supports Aboriginal children living in out-of-home care and within the child protection system and advocates for social change to break the cycle and create better outcomes for our young people.


Reconciliation is a journey, and we're committed to walking it together, every step of the way. Let's continue to learn, listen, and lift each other up as we strive for a more just and inclusive future.

In solidarity,
The Arnhem Team. 


We acknowledge the Bundjalung people as the Traditional Owners of the land on which we live and work. We honour the First Nations peoples culture and connection to land, sea and community and we pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.