Tambla acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters, and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders both past, present, and emerging.
Tambla is committed to walking alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to connect, learn and create sustainable opportunities in the communities in which we live and operate.
We want to work toward a future where all cultures are respectfully recognised as central to a sustainable Australia.’
“I am extremely proud of the effort our team has put into Tambla’s first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). As a business, Tambla is genuinely committed to reconciliation and we see this first step in our own journey as an opportunity to drive positive action. We are hopeful that through this RAP we move forward together in the spirit of reconciliation and solidarity toward a reconciled and equitable Australia.”
Chief Operating Officer at Tambla and proud Gamilaraay man with family connections to traditional country.
Tambla believes that we can make a valuable contribution to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander economic and social outcomes through procurement and employment initiatives.
Our first important step with this vision is formulating and publishing an approved Reconciliation Action Plan. This provides us with the framework to be inclusive, sustainable and respectful across our organisation and assist us in creating a culturally rich and safe organisation.
We are proud to have commenced our own RAP process and will provide updates as we move ahead with our plan.
Our RAP has been developed from a cross functional RAP working group (RWG) that is comprised of employees from different areas of our business, who themselves are a diverse group.
About the Artist: Brad Hore
Brad first ignited his passion for his community in sport, becoming a two time Olympian and completing a successful globe spanning boxing career for over 25 years. Safe to say, Brad was never a stranger to representing where he is from.
Inspired by his Dunghutti heritage and culture, Brad turned to art during the 2020 COVID lockdowns as a creative outlet and once again proudly represents his home and heritage to a global audience.