Abstract: There is a significant gap between the life outcomes of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in Western Australia. The gap is worse in regional and remote areas and, for most outcomes, is not closing. Problems are complex, entrenched and multi-dimensional. There is no one-size-fits-all solutions. In recognition of lack of progress, the Regional Services Reform Unit was established in 2015 to drive major reforms in the way services and infrastructure are delivered in regional and remote Aboriginal communities. In mid-2016, the State Government published Resilient Families, Strong Communities: A roadmap for regional and remote Aboriginal communities. Since the launch of the roadmap in 2016, the Reform Unit has embarked on an unprecedented journey of on-the-ground consultation with residents of remote Aboriginal communities across Western Australia. The roadmap was used as the guiding document for consultation.