Proudly presenting our first Reconciliation Action Plan

Today we are proud to launch our first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), a paradigm shift in how we use our resources, run our business, and build our relationships.

Our ‘Innovate’ RAP details our journey to build better relationship with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, and represents a deep and meaningful commitment to incorporate indigenous values, culture and history into our business.

Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan 2018–2020


Our service region includes parts of the traditional homelands of the Wadawurrung, Gulidjan and Gadubanud Aboriginal nations. By engaging with, and including, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, we promote recognition, respect, partnerships and opportunities. We extend our thanks particularly to Wadawurrung, Eastern Maar, Wathaurong, Kuuyang Maar and Guli Gad for helping guide us to see the land, water and environment around us through the eyes of an indigenous person. Their willingness to share knowledge and stories assists us to understand and support their cultures and histories.

In preparing this RAP, we have reflected on our existing relationships and work practices and have challenged ourselves to make significant step changes over the next two years. The RAP signifies our plans to extend our current relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples into strong working partnerships, incorporating cultural values into everything we do.


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