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The Refugee Council of Australia is the meeting place for refugees, people seeking asylum and all those who work with and support them. We have a broad and diverse community stretching right across this land, which is reflected in this part of our website.

Murrindindi Shire Council

  Murrindindi Shire Council became a Refugee Welcome Zone in March 2022. We embrace diversity, promote the participation of all and encourage new residents to our Shire. We welcome refugees and people seeking...

City of Prospect

The City of Prospect became a Refugee Welcome Zone in 2003. With an estimated population of around 22,000, the City covers an area of nearly eight square kilometres, and is located a few kilometres north of the Adelaide...

Bass Coast Shire Council

Bass Coast Shire Council has been a Refugee Welcome Zone since 2019. We work with community groups including the South Gippsland and Phillip Island Rural Australians for Refugees groups on activities that help raise...

Shire of Plantagenet

The Shire of Plantagenet is an area in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, managed from the town of Mount Barker which lies 367km south of Perth and 50km north of Albany. The Shire covers a total area of...

Darebin City Council

The City of Darebin (Darebin) is located in the northern suburbs of Melbourne Today, Darebin is home to people of diverse races, ethnicities, faiths and beliefs, abilities, gender, talents and aspirations, sexualities...

Liverpool City Council

The Liverpool Local Government Area (LGA) is a cultural melting pot located in the South West region of Sydney. Home to one of the highest concentrations of Australia’s recent arrivals, over 40 per cent of the City’s...

Southern Downs Regional Council

The Southern Downs region is a Local Government Area located in Queensland, on the western side of the Great Dividing Range, and along the state’s boundary with New South Wales. The region has two main towns...

Blacktown City Council

Blacktown is a city of diverse cultures – a home to around 395,000 people representing around 188 birthplaces and 182 different languages. To ensure programs and activities are developed to promote access and...

City of Canterbury Bankstown

Our community members speak about 200 different languages throughout the City. About 44 per cent of the population were born in another country, and 60 per cent speak a language other than English at home. With an...