Corroboree is an indigenous centre that promotes reconciliation between indigenous and non-indigenous people by developing a better understanding of culture through community connections. This centre welcomes everyone to join in, uplift each other and walk together. It provides a platform of expression for the indigenous communities through conversation and storytelling and helps empower the community through workshops and collaborations celebrating the world’s oldest living culture. This centre preserves and promotes Australia’s shared heritage and encourages reconciliation and respect of culture by helping to create positive models for engagement. It is an attempt to show care and respect to the indigenous culture and indigenous people by providing a safe space for conversations and interactions without any questions and scrutiny which leads to truth-telling and healing. Indigenity is in mundaneness and it provides a space for indigenous people to be themselves. Alongside, understanding the fact that language is the carrier of history without which history and culture fade, this place also celebrates the wide array of indigenous languages spoken all over Australia and preserves and promotes it through the language library open for all. Indigenous culture is all about interconnectedness, relationships, and storytelling and this center aims in bridging the gap between the indigenous and non-indigenous population through sharing of knowledge of history, culture, landscape, native plants, and food encouraging community connections. For reconciliation to occur, it is important for all of us to reckon with the past, acknowledge the fractions of the place, accept the wrong doings, ensure that it never repeats, and be wiling to fill in the gaps and catch up so that together we can all finally move on from the page of the same book. To do this, awareness and education about it is a must. With the concept of truth-telling and moving forward together, this center provides a safe space of expression for the indigenous community and also attempts in giving space to the non-indigenous community to learn about and understand the historic and present context of indigenous communities while acknowledging the past and hardships of the present. It is our duty and right to learn about history and culture, ethical behavior, and also to educate people. We need to shift our mindset and be keen on learning about it which will eventually develop respect in our hearts in true sense. I imagine Corroboree, an indigenous center to be one tiny step towards respect and reconciliation.