Bill Shorten will pledge to compensate survivors of the Stolen Generation in the nation's two territories, who have slipped through the cracks in the decade since the National Apology.
"They are still waiting for saying sorry to be matched by making-good" Mr Shorten will say in a statement to parliament on Monday.
He will also recognise the 10th anniversary of the Closing the Gap strategy by announcing a $10 million commitment to a National Healing Fund in recognition of the inter-generational effects of forced removal.
Mr Shorten says the apology given by former Labor prime minister Kevin Rudd was more than a set of well-chosen words.
"It was not just an expression of sorrow or regret but a declaration of intent, a promise for action," he will say.
He says in the past 10-years, state Labor and Liberal governments - apart from Victoria - have established different forms of compensation for members of the Stolen Generations.
He said while these schemes are not perfect, first Australians in the Northern Territory and the Koori people of the ACT and Jervis Bay - which are the responsibility of the Commonwealth - have not received any financial compensation whatsoever.
Under the new plan, around 150 survivors of the Stolen Generation will receive an ex gratia payment of $75,000 as well as a one-off payment of $7000 to ensure the costs of a funeral are covered.
The National Healing Fund will be administered by the Healing Foundation, an indigenous-run organisation that supports the ongoing needs of the Stolen Generations with services such as counselling, family reunion, return to country and support for elderly survivors.
A Shorten government will also convene a National Summit on First Nations Children in its first 100 days, bringing together governments and experts to determine the different factors that lead to child removal and work on solutions to reduce the rates of out-of-home care.
In 2017, more than 17,000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children were living in out-of-home care compared with about 9000 a decade ago.
Australian Associated Press