Witness a Historic Moment: South Australia's First Nations Voice to Parliament

Last month, we informed you about the ongoing developments surrounding the National Voice. Today, we have some exciting news to share with you: South Australia is on the verge of making history as the first state in Australia to have a First Nations Voice to Parliament!

This will take place on Sunday, 26th March, at 11 am, with a special sitting of Parliament. Everyone is invited to the front steps of SA’s Parliament House to witness this historic event. To make the experience even more memorable, there will be big screens set up for easy viewing, musical performances, and speeches.

Additionally, there is a Facebook event that you can share or RSVP to, which will help spread the word about the event.

Following the passage of the bill, Premier Peter Malinauskas, Aboriginal Affairs Minister Kyam Maher, and the Governor of South Australia, Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC, will formally proclaim the legislation on the front steps of Parliament. This will be followed by First Nations musical performances.

To make the event accessible to as many people as possible, all public transport will be free on the day between 9 am and 5 pm.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a historic moment for South Australia. We hope to see many of you there!

Authorised by Julia Angrisano, National Secretary