Reconciliation Action Plan

Our Reconciliation Action Plan Reflect


Unity Housing has a long track-record in the provision of safe and affordable homes for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander tenants. We currently house more than 530 people who are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander across metropolitan Adelaide and many regional areas of South Australia, which is around 12% of our tenants.

Unity Housing supports the cause of reconciliation and our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) formalises our commitment to ensuring that our services are culturally appropriate and accessible for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples. We are proud to be an inclusive and respectful organisation that values the input and involvement of our culturally diverse communities in the design of our housing services.

We acknowledge the need to continue our learning and improvement and, to that end, our Board, Executive, Leadership Team and our staff are all committed to our RAP.

Click here to read our Reflect RAP.

We are delighted and proud to feature this bespoke artwork created for our Reflect RAP. The artwork by Ngarrindjeri artist Jordan Lovegrove of Dreamtime Creative shows people on a housing journey from homelessness to safe short-term accommodation to a long-term place to call home.