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Our Values

Disability and Inclusion Plan 

City Recital Hall’s Disability and Inclusion Plan supports our commitment to removing the barriers that prevent access and participation to performances and employment at City Recital Hall.  

Disability and Inclusion Plan

Reconciliation Action Plan

City Recital Hall acknowledges the Gadigal of the Eora Nation on whose land our performing arts centre rests. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present, and we extend this respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people throughout this land. 

The Tank Stream stormwater tunnels run under City Recital Hall, this waterway was a very important freshwater tributary of Warrane (Sydney Cove). We acknowledge that the name of this waterway has been lost, and that the land and waters were never ceded. 

We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and commit to building a brighter future together.  

City Recital Hall’s Reconciliation Action Plan 2023-2024 will be available to view as a link on our website once it the Reconciliation Australia approval process has been completed.

Sustainability Action Plan

City Recital Hall is committed to creating a more sustainable future, the major contribution we can make in this sphere is by reducing our carbon footprint and improving our everyday actions in terms of environmental sustainability.  

Through our Sustainability Working Group we have examined our activity and made changes to our suppliers and business practices, the most significant being the signing of an industry-leading Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with energy retailer Flow Power to invest our annual electricity spend into sourcing power from renewable power projects. 

Sustainability Action Plan