Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

St John WA has received official endorsement from Reconciliation Australia for our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

Our Reflect RAP is our commitment to maximise the contribution we make to the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across WA.

Based around the core pillars of relationships, respect and opportunities, our RAP will provide tangible and substantive benefits for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, by developing equitable working relationships, increasing economic equity and supporting First Nations self-determination.


Artwork: Connecting Our Communities

"This artwork speaks to the reconciliation journey St John WA is on. The circles within my artwork represent communities joined together by the relationships St John WA creates with them. Some communities have shorter walks and stronger connections; others are longer and take more time to form.

To me, the journey feels like water, flowing forward and all connected in some way. Water is the source of life to everything, and I have used this to represent St John WA's impact on communities. Creating more opportunities for our mob and helping to keep our people strong."

Kevin Wilson - Wongutha
Creative Director - Nani Creative

Our vision for reconciliation

Our shared vision for reconciliation is to ensure St John WA’s network of services, reflect a culture of deeper understanding and respect for First Nations peoples, their histories and cultures, while fostering better healthcare opportunities and building relationships based on inherent mutual trust.

Sample Image
Kevin Brown

Group Chief Executive officer

St John WA

Our journey so far

St John WA is proud to partner with Reconciliation WA as part of our ongoing commitment to reconciliation.


Lotterywest Heart Grant

St John WA partnered with Lotterywest to provide public access defibrillators to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities throughout WA.

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Aboriginal Ambulance Services Project

Ensuring access to emergency medical services, equipment and culturally appropriate free first aid training for remote Aboriginal communities.

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RAP documents

Below you can download documents for our Reconciliation Action Plan