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Westpac Weave is Westpac Group's 'living' reconciliation action plan. It is where you'll find details about our commitments to support Indigenous customers, communities and employees to prosper and grow.


This artwork was designed for Westpac Group by artist Lucy Simpson of Gaawaa Miyay. Representing the heart or base of a weave, this design was inspired by the notion of weaving twining and bringing together the strands of prosperity, growth, independence, sustainability, knowledge, education and opportunity through its foundations (community). The fibres help to create and support a solid, beautiful, unique and inclusive structure.

For more about Lucy Simpson and Gaawaa Miyay: www.gaawaamiyay.com

Latest News and Stories

  • 1,000 km for a balance sheet 25/11/2016

    Maime Butler travelled almost 1,000km to learn about balance sheets. “It’s exciting,” said Maime. “I really enjoyed it”. She is one of 10 Elected Directors of NPY Women's Council from across the central desert region of Australia who attended a Westpac financial education workshop delivered by Westpac’s Davidson Institute in Alice Springs. Read more

  • Continued RAP progress during 2016 09/11/2016

    Westpac announced today it had made solid progress during 2016 towards the commitments of its 2015-2017 Reconciliation Action Plan. Read more

  • Indigenous Australian parity exceeded 09/11/2016

    Westpac announced today that the proportion of its employees who self-identify as Indigenous Australian had reached more than 4%. This is greater than the proportion in the broader Australian population. Read more

  • Our youngest personal banker has her sights set high 11/09/2016

    Before she could even legally vote, Tegan Burke had already graduated from a school-based traineeship to a full traineeship, fast-tracked her financial and business certificates in record time, and become one of Westpac’s youngest ever personal bankers. Now, she has added yet another feather to her cap. On Friday night, Tegan was a finalist in the Queensland Training Awards, on the back of her recent win at the regional levels ahead of 659 other nominees. Read more

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