The community walked together, exploring and celebrating Aboriginal culture at the Takara Waranta cultural celebration at Punchbowl Reserve on Saturday.
The annual celebration included traditional Aboriginal activities such as stringing, creating fire sticks and clap sticks, cleansing sticks, healing circles, and creating water carriers.
The Trowunna Dancers also performed.
Co-chairwoman of Reconciliation Tasmania and creative director of the event, Fiona Hughes, said the day was about bringing together people from all walks of life.
"[It is] showing a softer side to the Aboriginal community as well to say, 'hey we like fun too,'" she said.
Ms Hughes said she hoped the event would help people understand that the Aboriginal community just want equal rights back.
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"It's about letting us be at the same level as everyone else," she said.
"We are a disadvantaged community, and have been from the get go."
Ms Hughes said they plan to hold more events in different areas in the future.
"People love to see our culture, society is changing," she said.
Jane Gibson, of Launceston, said as a teacher she was always trying to find activities that were good for children to learn.
"The vibe [at the event] is beautiful, perfect day for it," she said.
"Beautifully organised and plenty of everything."
Emily Bennett, of Hadspen, said she did not know the event was on, but had enjoyed the music while also attending a birthday party at the reserve.
"Over the last 12 months I watched Tasmanians regardless of race, regardless of religion, regardless of politics, background or circumstance, hold out their hands to each other and work together in the most extraordinary example of a common humanity that I have ever witnessed," Premier Peter Gutwein said in his speech.
"That is something we need to hold on to."
Senior member of Trowunna Aboriginal Cultural Services Jason Thomas said the event had been great for its second year running.
"I'm doing some clap sticks with the young fellas," he said.
"I love teaching young ones and that's what it's about in our culture."