Our reconciliation vision is respectful, enduring and mutually-beneficial relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Reconciliation Action Plan
The Arrow Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) puts our vision into action through employment, training, education and business opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and respectful and meaningful engagement.
Through our RAP, we will uphold our commitments and obligations to Traditional Owners in our operational footprint, as formalised in our land use agreements. As well as meeting these commitments, we are investing in partnerships and initiatives that support employment, training and educational outcomes, including:
- 29 Indigenous tertiary scholarships with universities
- regional Queensland bursaries through the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Foundation (QATSIF)
- 60 employment and training places through our partnerships with All Trades Queensland and the Building Futures Program
- cultural awareness training for our staff.
Annual Progress Report 2013-2014
Following the RAP launch in May 2013, Arrow is pleased to share the first annual RAP Progress Report.
Arrow has made substantial progress against the commitments in its RAP, helping us to live out our reconciliation vision of respectful, enduring and mutually-beneficial relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Download Arrow's RAP Annual Progress Report 2013-2014
For more information:
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: +61 7 3012 4000 (during business hours)
Welcome to Country
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people consider the lands and waters they have traditional affiliation and responsibility for as their 'country'. Throughout Australia, clan and family groups, as well as individuals hold the responsibility to look after or 'care for country'.
Senior people in the community who are responsible for their traditional land and waters, are referred to as 'Traditional Owners'. An 'Acknowledgement of Traditional Owners' is an important mark of respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and can be given by anyone.
Click here to view Arrow's protocol for Welcome to Country.
Basins to Beach artwork
The artwork represented here is from Basins to Beach by Daniel Romaine, which tells Arrow's story in an Aboriginal way.
The name Basins to Beach refers to gas extracted from the Surat and Bowen basins and piped to Gladstone.
The original artwork has been reproduced digitally in three colour variations and we gratefully acknowledge its creator as we use it in this section of our website.
The different colours represent Dalby (green, signifying farm land), Moranbah (red, signifying the outback), and Gladstone (blue, signifying the ocean).
Page last updated: 4 October 2016