Every day across Australia, CDC links people to places and communities.


CDC NSW takes pride in serving and supporting local communities through our Community Partnerships programs, which create shared value through collaboration and leveraging our skills and expertise. Our efforts are focused on:

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Safety & Wellbeing
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Diversity & Inclusion
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Youth Empowerment

We are proud to have worked with Nepean Hospital, Glenn Street Theatre, NSW Police, Six Foot Track Marathon, Gateway Family Services, NSW Rural Fire Service and Guide Dogs Australia to support and benefit their causes.

Our current community partners are Kinchela Boys Home, Movember and Blacktown Arts, with each partnership delivering important messages about their causes and events through our bus advertising. To become a Community Partner or for more information regarding our Community Engagement initiatives, please contact us via .

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Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan


Everyone has a role to play in creating equity and opportunities for First Nations People, the traditional custodians of the lands on which we operate. Our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan commits to the delivery of actions including:

  • Establishing and strengthening mutually beneficial relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders and organisations
  • Promoting Reconciliation through our sphere of influence
  • Promoting positive race relations through anti-discrimination strategies
  • Increasing understanding, value and recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, histories, knowledge, and rights through cultural learning

We proudly support our major partner Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation, which works tirelessly to support Stolen Generation Survivors and their descendants and share their stories with audiences across New South Wales with their Mobile Education Centre Bus. Our drivers enjoy driving their Mobile Education Centre Bus to engagements where the Kinchela Boys Home Uncles share their stories and messages of healing.