The Ipswich City Council Indigenous Accord Symbol Story
This symbol represents both Indigenous and Non-Indigenous People coming together, living and working towards a brighter future for the City of Ipswich and the greater Ipswich region. Starting from the inner circle, these dots represent the Traditional Owners of the Land, the blue circle with fish represents the river and abundance. Moving outwards the landscape is represented including the rolling hills which surround the city. The triangular motifs represent a brighter future for Ipswich. The seated people around the outside represent members of the Ipswich City Council and members representing the Accord working together."
– Riki Salam, We are 27 Creative.
The Ipswich Art Gallery and Ipswich City Council respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners as custodians of the land and waters we share. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, as the keepers of the traditions, customs, cultures and stories of proud peoples.