Reconciliation Action Plan

We are delighted to announce our very first Reconciliation Action Plan. This has been developed in partnership with Reconciliation Australia and formalises our commitment to an inclusive workplace. In the plan we acknowledge and value the diverse culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Our vision is to foster and maintain respectful and mutually beneficial relationships by promoting sustainable opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, organisations and businesses.

Check it out here to view.

‘Batoo – Water’ is an expression of the patterns and movement of water. In our Gathang/Kattang language batoo or batu means ‘water’.  The line works represents the flow of water and the scales on fish to show the connection between food, water
life and the water elements.

‘Saltwater’ it’s in my DNA. The flow and movement of water expressed through paint brush to canvas. Sand dunes and coastal mountains… So good to get back into my painting and have a little mini break
from jewellery making. So relaxing and therapeutic. 
‘Saltwater Camp’ round canvas tells of the journey our mob make over the sand dunes and coastline to set up camp at Saltwater.
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Contact Info

Sydney - Taren Point
(NSW Commercial Head Office)

15-21 Atkinson Road
Taren Point NSW 2229

PO Box 2359
Taren Point NSW 2229

Phone: (02) 9710 4155
Fax: (02) 9710 4166
[email protected]

Other Contacts

  • 02 4340 8500 - NSW - Central Coast
  • 02 4424 9900 - NSW - South Coast
  • 02 6202 2000 - ACT
  • 07 3297 3700 - QLD
  • 03 8530 6300 - VIC
  • 03 6248 3344 - TAS
  • 08 8150 8000 - SA
  • 08 9204 0600 - WA
  • 08 8922 4113 - NT

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