Waverley Council is investigating the feasibility of a keeping place for local Aboriginal artefacts at the Bondi Pavilion.
Aboriginal Greens councillor Dominic WY Kanak put the motion to Council last month.
A spokesperson for the Council said the keeping place will celebrate aspects of ancient and modern Aboriginal culture, heritage and cultural artefacts specific to the Bondi and Eastern Suburbs area, such as Bondi points, a type of distinctive stone tool or blade.
Given the harsh climatic conditions of the Pavilion, Council officers are currently consulting with the museums and galleries sector to determine the requirements for physical display.
If it is not feasible to physically house and display Bondi points and other relevant artefacts at Bondi Pavilion, those artefacts will be displayed and explained through the Bondi Story Room.
The Bondi Story Room is an interactive digital exhibition designed to share and celebrate the many stories of the local community through a virtual experience.