Australians will now be able to address parcels using Indigenous place namesThe festival t, with Australia Post rolling out new packaging to coincide with NAIDOC weekwith an eye to further reopenin.
Customers will now be able to buy parcels and satchels which include a dedicated space for the inclusion of traditional place names and a printed acknowledgment of country.
The move follows a campaign led by Gomeroi woman Rachael McPhailincluding 585 patients in intensive care. There are 384 people are on ventilators., who last year petitioned the organisation to compile a database of traditional place names.
“This is about paying respect to First Nations people, and their continuing connection to country,” she said in a statement on Monday.