JCDecaux is committed to supporting national efforts to close the gap and take action towards meaningful reconciliation in Australia.

As an organisation that operates Australia-wide, with advertising signs on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land across the country, we take our responsibility for reconciliation seriously.

We are very proud to be the first Out-of-Home company to launch a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in Australia, and are in a strong position to have a significant impact in this sector.

Our Reflect RAP includes practical actions and deliverables that will help create partnerships and relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It is one of four types outlined by Reconciliation Australia and is the start of our journey to contribute towards supporting reconciliation efforts. The launch coincides with National Reconciliation Week 2022, a time for Australians to learn about our shared histories and cultural achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Our employee RAP working group, sponsored by CEO Steve O’Connor, will drive the outcomes and be champions of reconciliation across the business.

Read our RAP here.



Our engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations.

In 2022 JCDecaux formed a partnership with one of Australia’s leading performing arts companies Bangarra Dance Theatre to support its mission of promoting awareness and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.

As part of our sustainability efforts in Australia, JCDecaux launched its first certified carbon neutral product in 2022. To offset the carbon neutral product, we selected two Indigenous carbon projects in the Indigenous Carbon Industry Network including the Thaa-Nguigarr Carbon Project in Queensland and the Nyaliga Fire Project in Western Australia – both savanna burning carbon projects.