Our Aboriginal Advisory Committee (AAC) advises and assists us in the development and implementation of our first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) for the City of Bayswater. The AAC also provides advice to the City of Bayswater on all matters that affect Aboriginal people within the City, particularly where we can have a direct influence.
Who are the AAC?
Our AAC is made up of 8 members of our community who are either part of or have a thorough knowledge and connection to the first peoples of the City of Bayswater.
|AAC Member||Committee Position||Further information|
|Cr Stephanie Gray||Chair||City of Bayswater Councillor - North Ward|
|Cr Sally Palmer||Member||City of Bayswater Councillor - Central Ward|
|Cr Giorgia Johnson||Member||City of Bayswater Councillor - West Ward|
|Danielle Cameron||Member||Western Australian Aboriginal woman|
|Jan Wheare||Member||Member of East Metropolitan Perth Reconciliation group|
Local Aboriginal woman, Aboriginal and Islander education officer
and Noongar language teacher, host of the City's Noongar Language and Cultural sessions
|Barry McGuire||Member||Local Aboriginal man and member for Reconciliation WA board|
|Stacy Maxted||Member||Local Aboriginal woman|
What is a RAP?
A RAP is a strategic document that supports the City of Bayswater's Business Plan and drives the City's contribution to reconciliation within the organisation and in the community.
For more information about the City’s RAP, please visit our Reconciliation Action Plan page.
The Aboriginal Advisory Committee meets six times per year. To find out more, you can read the Terms of Reference.
If you would like more information about the AAC, please contact our Community Development team on 9272 0658.