The Inner West Council's Gadigal Wangal Wayfinding Project has won the Leo Kelly OAM Arts and Culture Award at the 2021 Local Government NSW Awards. The project features five artworks - one for each ward in the Inner West Council - exploring connection between First Nations people and the local landscape. Artworks include the Gadigal Mural by Tim Phibs, P. J. Simon, Kevin May and Joanne Cassady at Gadigal Reserve, Summer Hill; Fish Traps, an installation by Edward Clarke at King George Park, Rozelle; Cadi the Clansman by Blak Douglas at Hawthorne Reserve, Leichhardt; Nawi, a statue of a bark canoe at Steel Park, Marrickville, by Joe Hurst; and a sculpture by Jasmine Sarin at Camperdown Memorial Rest Park, Newtown. The Leo Kelly OAM Arts and Culture Award recognises outstanding examples of integrated cultural planning and policy and creative stakeholder engagement in the arts. I congratulate the Inner West Council and all the exceptional artists that contributed to this important project. These artworks connect us to First Nations history in our local area and also speak to the enduring connection of First Nations people to our community and the Indigenous lands upon which they are built.