Our Reconciliation Action Plan is our promise to move to a place of equity, justice and partnership together. This RAP is a reflection of our commitment to create improved economic, health and social outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan is our commitment to move to a place of equity, justice and partnership together.
Cultural heritage and beliefs
Our business operates within the traditional country of the Awabakal, Birpai, Darkinjung, Wonaruah and Worimi peoples. We recognise and deeply value their cultural heritage and beliefs and, in particular, their custodianship of the waters of the Hunter for more than 40,000 years.
Inclusion and partnership
The imagery holds significant meaning of inclusiveness, joining together in respectful relationships, partnership and as one team, as we plan for the sustainable use of water, regeneration and caring for country both now and into the future.
Where's Our Water? demonstrates our commitment to partnering with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Learn more about career pathways include an Indigenous scholarship.
Mariin Kaling - All for Water
We were lucky enough to have Saretta Fielding, an award winning Aboriginal artist of the Wonaruah and Awabakal Nations located in the Hunter Valley NSW design a highly textured artwork which celebrates our shared natural resource of water.
We wish to express our gratitude that we share this land today and our sorrow for the costs of that sharing to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Watch our video to learn more about our Reconciliation Action Plan.
Local Aboriginal Elders, Uncle Graeme Russell and Aunty Saretta Fielding as well as Sarah Kelly from Awabakal Ltd, Welcome you to their Countries.