Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge and respect Traditional Owners across Australia as the original custodians of our land and waters, their unique ability to care for country and deep spiritual connection to it. We honour Elders past, present and emerging whose knowledge and wisdom has and will ensure the continuation of cultures and traditional practices.

SA Resources

Share our Pride websiteClick Here

Excellent Resources including information on the following.

  1. First Australians
  2. Our culture
  3. Our shared history
  4. Beyond the myths
  5. Respectful relationships



Living Kaurna Cultural Centre: Living Kaurna Cultural Centre

The Living Kaurna Cultural Centre is located at Warriparinga and offers Aboriginal and environmental education programs, events and performances. The venue is also available to hire for meetings, training days, events and workshops.

Kaylie Salvatori- News story: Indigenous student’s journey to landscape architecture success 

National Reconciliation Week 2019: The Role Landscape Architecture Can Play

Bruce Pascoe – Author Dark Emu: Bruce Pascoe

Connection to Country

AILA is committed to the objectives of Climate Positive Design, and support, for AILA members in adapting to achieve climate positive design objectives.


AILA Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan

As built environment professionals who engage with land, places, cultures, history, people, natural systems and built context, landscape architects seek to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.