Barangaroo Sustainability Report

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respect to them and to their Elders, past and present, and to their leaders. As a business that works across many locations, we have a responsibility to listen, learn and walk alongside First Nations peoples to ensure our activities support their ongoing connection to lands, waters, culture, traditions and languages. We value their custodianship of 65,000 years. Barangaroo South is on the land and waters of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. Gadigal people have long-standing and continuing connection with the Country and community. Our Vision for Reconciliation: Australia’s First Nations truth and our country’s shared story connects us to place. This artwork was created in 2010 by Riki Salam at Gilimbaa, a Supply Nation certified creative agency and Lendlease supplier partner. It represents Lendlease and the people, communities and organisations we work with coming together on country to share knowledge, cultures and histories, to establish lasting, respectful relationships and to create opportunities that will strengthen and nurture the connection of people and places. Spirit of Place – A celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and the Lendlease Reconciliation Action Plan Acknowledgement of Country Sustainability Report 2020–21 Barangaroo South 02 BUILDING A BETTER TOMORROW