Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan

Tennis NSW is officially accredited by Reconciliation Australia and Tennis NSW is recognised as a member of the Reconciliation Action Plan Network. The RAP program provides a framework for organisations to support the national reconciliation movement.

Committing to our Reflect RAP will allow our organisation to spend time scoping and developing relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders, setting our vision for reconciliation and exploring our sphere of influence. The process will help to produce future RAPs that are meaningful, mutually beneficial and sustainable.

Click here to view our Reconciliation Action Plan.

‘Serving our Community’ – About the artwork

About the Artist – Lee Hampton

Lee Hampton is a Contemporary Aboriginal artist and descendant of the Yuin, Wodi Wodi and Worimi people. His Aboriginal heritage can be traced back to his Great, Great, Great, Grand Mother Biyarrung Giles from the Dharawal Nation, and most notably are his Great, Great grandparents King Mickey Johnson and his wife Rosie Johnson (Russell). Mickey Johnson is known as the most photographed man, black or white, of the Illawarra from the 1800’s. He was given the title ‘King’ at the Illawara centenary celebrations in 1896 when presented with a crescent-shaped brass plate inscribed with Mickey Johnson, King, by Archibald Campbell, MLA, which he wore for the remainder of his life.