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Wilson Parking Australia’s commitment to Reconciliation

Reconciliation is important in driving equity and creating a united Australia. Wilson Parking is committed to reconciliation, working on educating our staff on what that means, in support of community programs and through the development of company-wide policies.

One aspect of this, is the support for National Reconciliation Week.  National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.

Wilson Parking Australia has supported the week through:

  • A number of morning teas catered for by Indigenous caterers using Indigenous ingredients, where we shared cultures and stories. Indigenous suppliers were used for the printing of posters and chocolates were provided by an Indigenous chocolatier
  • Welcome to Country, guest speakers and Didgeridoo demonstrations in our offices. We had a Welcome to country in each office and through Zoom for those that were not physically able to be in the office, welcoming special guests, with Didgeridoo demonstrations and cultural learning from local Elders
  • Display of the posters in our offices, car parks and with our digital signage. Car park signage and posters displayed the National Reconciliation Week artwork across our car parks.

This is just the start of Wilson Parking Australia’s reconciliation journey and starts with creating awareness of what this means across the organisation and the communities that we live and work.

Wilson Parking will continue to support national reconciliation awareness programs and works towards the formation of a Reconciliation Action Plan, which will outline its commitment to reconciliation across the Wilson Group.


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