Renewal SA is committed to creating better places for all South Australians that acknowledges, respects, celebrates and embraces First Nations peoples, communities and cultures in the operation of our​ business and within the delivery of our programs, projects and other initiatives.

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Our Journey to Reconciliation

​​​Reconciliation is our nation’s journey towards a united future for First Nations peoples, and non-Indigenous peoples.


In December 2019, we launched Renewal SA's Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

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A word from the Chief Executive

22 December 2020 in Reconciliation, Playford Alive, About us, Port Adelaide, Forestville, The Square at Woodville West, Fort Largs, Lot Fourteen, Prospect

As 2020 draws to a close, the opportunity to look back on the past 12 months reveals a surprising yet affirming insight into what Renewal SA has been able to achieve this year.

Stepping towards a reconciled urban future

3 February 2020 in Reconciliation, About us

This year, Renewal SA embarked on a journey to develop a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) that provides strategic direction on how we can participate in the national reconciliation movement.

Smoking ceremony cleanses site in preparation for new beginning

16 December 2019 in Reconciliation, Lot Fourteen

More than 700 people witnessed history being made when representatives of the Kaurna nation held a smoking ceremony recently to cleanse the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site and prepare it for its new role as the Lot Fourteen innovation and cultural neighbourhood.

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