Westpac acknowledges the First Peoples of Australia and recognises their ongoing role as Traditional Owners of the land and waters of this country. We acknowledge Westpac’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees, partners, and stakeholders, and pay our respects to their Elders, both past and present.
Please note, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material.
Supporting our Indigenous customers, businesses and communities
Remote and Personal Banking
Westpac remote and Personal Banking has everyday banking enquiries and access to translation services including indigenous languages. Explore which products and services may be suitable for you.
Supplier inclusion and diversity
We recognise the opportunities our supply chain creates to positively impact people. Through our Supplier Inclusion & Diversity Principles, we aim to help promote social and economic participation with our supplier partners.
Careers – Join our mob
Whatever stage of your career you’re at, there are various career opportunities for Indigenous people to prosper and grow at Westpac. We’d love you to apply for roles and join our mob.
Westpac’s Indigenous Business team provides specialist support by connecting you and your business to the most appropriate bankers in the right locations and partnering with you to build financial confidence.
Westpac offers financial education resources for Indigenous peoples including a range of free money management topics for individuals, businesses and community organisations.
Community and social enterprise
We believe that together we can help create a stronger, more prosperous and inclusive Australia. Find out how you could apply for our community grants and scholarships
Indigenous call centre
No matter how remote your location in Australia, our Indigenous Call Centre Team is here to help. Call us on 1800 230 144 Monday to Friday 9am – 6:30pm CST.
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Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
Our 2022-2025 Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), lays out our vision for reconciliation. Reconciliation Australia has again recognised Westpac at the highest level as an Elevate RAP Partner, that reflects our ongoing commitment and leadership in reconciliation.
The Westpac Weave
The Westpac Weave artwork was designed for Westpac by Yuwaalaraay artist Lucy Simpson the founder of design company Gaawaa Miyay in 2014. For more about Lucy Simpson and Gaawaa Miyay please visit www.gaawaamiyay.co
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