A visual summary of our first RAP Working Group, as captured by First Nations artist, Rhys Paddick.
Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group
We’re committed to our journey of reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and are now delivering on actions in our first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
It sets our intention to co-create meaningful and significant relationships with the Traditional Owners and Aboriginal Communities in the areas we operate in, based on respect and appreciation for First Nations cultures and histories.
To guide us on this path, our Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group comprises external members representing Traditional Owners' groups, Gathering Places, and First Nations businesses, alongside internal members spanning our organisation.
Sharing through art
In 2019, we came together to unveil an artwork by Bunurong artist Adam Magennis. It reflects Adam’s own ancestry and cultural journey on Country to tell a visual story of our RAP.
It’s a story that now welcomes our employees and broader community when they enter our WatersEdge HQ in Frankston - helping to spark conversation about our RAP, the actions we’ve committed to and the journey we’re all on together.
Bunurong artist Adam Magennis unveiling our RAP artwork.