Reconciliation action plan

Our vision for reconciliation is to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as members of our thriving community by connecting them to goods, services and places and providing linkages between land and sea.

  Reconciliation Action Plan 2022-2025

This Innovate RAP is shaped on the core pillars of Relationships, Respect and Opportunities and enables DoT to continue our reconciliation journey and build on the steps we have taken in our previous plans to strengthen our relationships and provide opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

DoT’s Access and Inclusion Committee will monitor the implementation and achievements will be highlighted in our Annual Report and in our Access and Inclusion Communiques that are published on our website following committee meetings.

  Remote Aboriginal communities map

This map in respect of COVID-19 and the Emergency Manangement Act 2005 (WA) shows Remote Aboriginal Communities in Western Australia at risk to the pandemic.  For detailed directions please read the PDF below.

  Access and Inclusion Committee Communiqué

Department of Transport (DoT) is committed to ensuring our workplaces, information and services (including employment) are inclusive and accessible to all Western Australians.

Our internal Access and Inclusion Committee identifies opportunities and develops strategies to overcome access and inclusion barriers and oversees the development, implementation and review of our Reconciliation Action Plan, Disability Access and Inclusion Plan, Multicultural Plan and Workforce Diversity and Inclusion Plan.

The Committee meets three times a year. Following Committee meetings an update on the latest access and inclusion news and information is published on our website.

  Reconciliation Action Plan related links

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