The Mirvac Connected Cultures symbols were created by Riki Salam of We are 27 Creative. It represents the past, present and future of Mirvac whilst acknowledging the traditional owners of the land.

Change isn’t something that happens overnight, it can only happen through true collaboration, partnership and education.

Our vision for Reconciliation acknowledges this and draws on Mirvac’s own corporate values: to Act with Integrity; Take Ownership; Strive for Excellence; Work as One Team; and to Value our Customers and Business Partners.

As an Australian property owner, developer and manager our business is fundamentally linked to the land of Australia’s First Peoples, and exists because of their continued stewardship of the land.

Mirvac’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) acknowledges this role and looks at how we can contribute towards building respect, supporting education, creating opportunities and building on our relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

We also acknowledge the importance of economic independence and empowerment being vital in the effort to bridge the gap between the long-term wellbeing of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

That is why our long-term goal is to see tangible outcomes driven by the capability of our people to identify, recruit, retain and benefit form a more culturally diverse community of employees, partners, customers and suppliers in order to strengthen our business and deliver greater economic independence for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Mirvac’s progress to date and current commitments are outlined within our Innovate RAP which was launched in July 2017.