Australian Government

Our reconciliation vision is to work in equal partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to build a just, secure and resilient Australia where all people have access to the rights and protections of the rule of law.

Leighton Contractors

We are committed to attracting, retaining, training and developing Indigenous people, not only to enhance our engagement with Indigenous communities but also to create greater diversity and talent within Leighton Contractors.

Uniting Care

The mission of UnitingCare is to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and communities as we: reach out to people in need; speak out for fairness and justice; care with compassion, innovation and wisdom.

Bond University

Bond offers a number of scholarships, valued up to 100% of tuition fees for any single undergraduate degree or diploma program, to Australia's Indigenous students who have demonstrated extracurricular involvement, leadership potential and academic achievements.

Morris Corp

Morris Corp's Reconciliation Action Plan is about strengthening the capability of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, by building strong relationships and creating real opportunities.

NESA Australia

Industry leaders we drive excellence in employment and related services in Australia and internationally through industry representation and advocacy, member support and development, and strong partnerships.

Community Sector Bank

Australia is one of the world’s wealthiest nations, yet a disproportionate number of Indigenous Australians live with unacceptable gaps in health, income and living standards.

Coles Supermarkets

Supporting and promoting the development of strong, healthy and vibrant communities in which we operate. As part of this we are committed to taking action to close the gap between Aboriginal and non - Aboriginal Australians.

Coonamble Shire Council

Achieving reconciliation involves all sectors of the Australian community, it works by forming partnerships for success with corporations, Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations, government and community groups, as well as individuals.

Veolia Environmental Solutions

Respect and build trust in our relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other local stakeholders where  we operate and serve the local community.

Cummins Filtration

Cummins’ management & employees around the world, continue to work as partners today, building leading-edge products in clean, safe environments, while working together to strengthen the community.

NSW Government

The staff of the NPWS acknowledge that the indigenous peoples are the original custodians of the lands and waters, animals and plants of New South Wales and its many and varied landscapes.

City Of Whittlesea

We aim to enhance our ability to achieve the best possible opportunities and outcomes with our Aboriginal communities. Through respect, self determination, equity, justice and partnerships, in accordance with RAP guidelines.

City Of Sydney

By acknowledging our shared past, we are laying the groundwork for a future which embraces all Australians, a future based on mutual respect and shared responsibility for our land.

Arrow Energy Australia

The Arrow Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) puts our vision into action through employment, training, education and business opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and respectful and meaningful engagement.

Indigenous Business Australia

Economic independence for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is at the heart of IBA’s vision and programs. We help remove obstacles so that Indigenous Australians to have the same financial opportunities as other Australians.

Air Services

Reconciliation is aligned to Air Services core values. Respectful relationships and shared understanding with Indigenous Australians and their communities is essential if we are to attain an inclusive, diverse and cohesive workforce.


Nurturing mutually beneficial relationships. Developing community investment programs that respond to local needs and situations in an ethical manner that recognises traditional rights and values; and respects cultural heritage.


Qantas is committed to working in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, through a range of initiatives including employment and training programs, community involvement and sponsorships.


Supporting and promoting the development of strong, healthy and vibrant communities in which we operate. As part of this we are committed to taking action to close the gap between Aboriginal and non - Aboriginal Australians.

ANZ Bank

ANZ's Indigenous Action Plan is creating pathways to prosperity through innovative education, employment, financial skills development and wealth-building programs with a particular focus on disadvantaged and vulnerable communities.

Commonwealth Bank

Recognising the richness and diversity of Indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, which are the oldest living cultures in the world and a vital part of Australia’s identity. Learning about these cultures, we become more culturally aware.

Westpac Bank

By recognising the past and investing in the future we can help to shape a nation in which Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians share social and financial equity. In partnership with Indigenous Australian people to help bridge these disparities.

TOLL Holdings

We celebrate diversity and aim to provide the right environment for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees to succeed. Through educating our employees on Australian Indigenous culture, history and traditions and reviewing our workplace practices.


Origin Energy has been piloting initiatives to enhance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation for sometime. A Foundation, creates support programs that use education to help empower young Australians to reach their potential break the cycle of disadvantage.

BP Australia

Our vision is that the communities will benefit from our presence through the sustainable employment opportunities created, the skills developed and the investment of our financial and people resources. Our aim is that 2.5% of our workforce will be Indigenous.