RAC acknowledges and pays respects to the Traditional Custodians throughout Australia.
We recognise the continuing connection to land, waters and community.

We walk alongside Aboriginal people on the Reconciliation journey

Our Reconciliation Action Plan focuses on:

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Hand shake


Building strong and lasting relationships is a key pillar in our plan towards reconciliation. Developing and maintaining respectful relationships is the foundation of mutually beneficial and sustainable opportunities.

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An illustration of three hands being held up


Respect is built on the understanding and acceptance of our individual and collective differences. We aim to build on this understanding and create acceptance and respect through these activities.

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Two Australian boomerangs


We aim to create opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through employment, community engagement and building business capability. 

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An illustration of a booklet, with the cover being turned


We understand that for any organisation to make genuine change towards reconciliation they must integrate meaningful and measurable goals into their core systems and deliverables.

Launched projects

Artwork by Michael Minang

Acknowledgement of Country Art Project

In collaboration with Nani Creative, we invited Aboriginal artists from across the State to submit an expression of interest to create an artwork that celebrates the cultural stories connected to their Country, while encouraging people to travel safely.

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Cecil Andrews College students with Principal Stella Jinman, Head of the Arts Department Nathan Setzinger, Aboriginal Educator and Artist Rhys Paddick and RAC RAP Program Advisor Elle Sossi

2021 Artist in Residence Program

In collaboration with Aboriginal Artist Rhys Paddick and Cecil Andrews College, we invited young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to participate in a nine-week Artist in Residence Program.

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As an organisation we are focused on the future of our growing State, however we rely heavily on our collective history and believe that only by learning, acknowledging and embracing it can we create an inclusive and progressive WA.

RAC will also benefit from the initiatives included in the RAP by improving and enhancing our own cultural awareness, which we can share with our members, stakeholders and networks.

Background artwork by Yondee Shane Hansen titled 'Fire and Water'

Current opportunities


Job vacancies

RAC encourages people from all walks of life to apply for our current vacancies, including Aboriginal and Torres Straight Island people, those who identify as LGBTIA+, all genders and gender diversities, and people who have different levels of mental and physical abilities. We are proud to have a workforce that is as diverse as our members.

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Our vision for reconciliation is an Australia where all peoples have equal opportunity in a society that learns, embraces and benefits from all cultures. Reconciliation must live in the hearts, minds and actions of all Australians as we move forward, creating a nation strengthened by respectful relationships between the wider Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

RAC Reconciliation Action Plan (PDF 5MB)

For further information, please email rapcommitee@rac.com.au

Artwork listed in order of appearance:
  • Tahnequ Dann 'Season's Journey'
  • Godfrena Gilla 'My Land'
  • Yondee Shane 'Fire and Water'