Personnel from the 4th Brigade at Simpson Barracks marked National Reconciliation Week and National Sorry Day with an Indigenous ceremony.
RAAF Base Williams at Laverton is the first Air Force base in Victoria to feature an Indigenous yarning circle.
Defence is an ongoing supporter of National Reconciliation Week and celebrates annually from May 27 - June 3.
Before Army personnel began Exercise Diamond Walk, they were reminded that Indigenous people have been walking the area for thousands of years.
Students from HMAS Cerberus had a lesson in Indigenous culture when they visited the Willum Warrain Aboriginal Association recently.
Serving in a patrol boat is like being surrounded by family, according to Able Seaman Michaelyn Waia.
Being bilingual is a handy skill for Able Seaman Lancaster Mara to have in his job in a patrol boat.
Newly arrived Indigenous military and APS personnel have been welcomed to the Puckapunyal Military Area in a ceremony at the base yarning circle.
Tests do not normally rate as a favourite moment, but for Recruit Isabella Thaiday, it was her time to shine.
Shells, soil and sand collected from around the country are placed at the For Our Country – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander memorial.
Soil collected by traditional custodians of RAAF Base Townsville featured in the Centenary Welcome Ceremony for Air Force’s centenary celebrations.
Cultural immersion days are a key part of the Navy Indigenous Development Program (NIDP), which was established in 2014.