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Reconciliation Action Plan

Haughton Solar Farm: Cultural Ceremony

Pacific Hydro develops and operates its assets on the land of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, using wind, sun and water provided by Country.

We respect Traditional Owners long history of sustainably managing Country and aspire to embed this sustainable ethic through our projects and business.

The Ord Hydro Plant - WA


Pacific Hydro acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country where we operate and throughout Australia, their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to them, their cultures and to Elders past, present and emerging.

Our Vision 

Our vision for reconciliation is for a unified Australia where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have equal opportunities to participate in and benefit from social and economic opportunities.

For Pacific Hydro this means:
  • Providing inclusive employment and procurement opportunities. 
  • Strengthening relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders.
  • Raising awareness of the many diverse and vibrant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
  • Promoting and celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples enduring connection to Country.
Pacific Hydro’s Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan will guide us along the reconciliation journey towards greater understanding, mutual respect and a future that is empowering for our staff, host communities and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples wherever we operate.

Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan