Understanding our responsibilities
We joined the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) program in 2014. Our participation recognises the contributions Australian businesses and employers can make to Australia’s reconciliation journey.
We are an Australian-owned, ASX top-20 company, and an owner and operator of toll roads and infrastructure on lands traditionally owned by Aboriginal people. We are caretakers of the land, waterways and communities where we operate – and we look to demonstrate our understanding of this responsibility through our RAP commitments.
We support the Uluru Statement from the Heart
Transurban supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart as part of our ongoing commitment to reconciliation and looks forward to working in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, governments and all of Australia to strengthen our community together.
Our assets provide unique opportunities to acknowledge, celebrate and respect the continuing connection that First Nations people have to Country.
Some of our biggest roads, including NorthConnex and WestConnex opened with the KARI Foundation’s KARI Singers performing Acknowledgements of Country, paying respect to the Traditional Custodians of the land where these roads operate.
The KARI Singers also performed an Acknowledgement of Country to celebrate our Canal to Creek Public Art Program.
We partner with the KARI Foundation to deliver driver training to young First Nations peoples.
Take a look at our third Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan 2023-2025
See the progress and highlights in our second Innovate RAP 2020-2022