NRW Breakfast FAQs

When is the event being held? 

The National Reconciliation Week Breakfast Commemorating National Sorry Day will be held on Friday 26 May 2023 7am – 9am at the Adelaide Convention Centre.  

When are tickets going on sale? 
Tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10am Thursday 30 March 2023 via Humanitix 

How can I guarantee a table/seat at the 2023 National Reconciliation Week Breakfast?  
Each year the NRW Breakfast sells out very quickly. This year we have increased the capacity to meet demand. However, to ensure that you are guaranteed a seat at the event, you have a couple of options. 

1. Become a member of Reconciliation SA. Members will receive early access 24 hours prior to tickets going on sale to the general public 
2. Sign up to our newsletter, to receive an EDM once tickets go on sale to the general public 

I am booking a table, but I won’t have all the names and dietary requirements for each guest right away. Can I add this information at a later date?  
Your deadline to add ALL dietary requirements and names for your table is 12pm Thursday 18 May 2023. In May, you will receive an automated email via our ticketing platform Humanitix with a link to follow to add all your final dietary requirements if you are not able to include them at the time of booking your table.  

Are there any free tickets for First Nations people? 
We have a select number of seats available, with thanks to our Community Table sponsors. If you are First Nations and would like to register your interest in attending the event on a Community Table, please email  
What are you doing to commemorate National Sorry Day at this event? 
It is very important to commemorate the significance of National Sorry Day as this year’s National Reconciliation Week Breakfast falls on this date. We have several activities planned to respectfully acknowledge this date. More information will be provided when the full event program is announced.  
Where can I find more information about the 2023 NRW theme, Be a Voice for Generations?  
Further information is available at Reconciliation Australia’s website.