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 We support a First Nations Voice to Parliament 

Belong Blue Mountains acknowledges and accepts the Uluru Statement from the Heart. We support the recognition of First Nations people in the Constitution and support the establishment of a First Nations Voice to Parliament and the Commonwealth Government, enshrined in the Constitution.  

We will continue to listen deeply and walk together with First Nations people to achieve a better future. 

The Belong Blue Mountains Board strongly support a YES vote in the upcoming referendum.

The Uluru Statement from the Heart

Later this year, Australians will vote in the first Referendum since 1999. Make your vote count by being informed.


Here are some resources that may help.


About the Referendum

To change the Australian Constitution a referendum has to be held to seek the approval of Australian voters. Find out more about how referendums work from the Australian Electoral Commission here:

AEC info on Referedums

AEC Info on the 2023 Referendum

AEC Yes/No Case Pamphlet

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About the Voice

The 2023 Referendum will decide if we change to the Australian Constitution to recognise the First Peoples of Australia by establishing an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice in Parliament.  Here is some more information.

The Uluru Statement from the Heart

Info on the Principals of The Voice

Information Booklet on The Voice


About the Yes Vote

By voting YES in the upcoming referendum, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will finally have a say on the policies and laws that affect their communities. Here are some links to find out more about what a YES VOTE means:

Together Yes website

Yes 23 website 

Blue Mountains City Council Support

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