​ICC Sydney rests on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, and we pay our respect to the Traditional Custodians and Elders past, present and future.

In November 2018, ICC Sydney launched its inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) to celebrate, recognise and acknowledge Australia’s First Nations culture, histories and people.

Click below to read our Reconciliation Action Plan.



We are committed to our community and donate our unused to OzHarvest and Matthew Talbot Hostel, a service run by the St. Vincent De Paul Society New South Wales. We also partner with several charities to ensure our leftover event items find a new home.

Through working with local charity organisations, we help our clients unite their leftover event items to communities in need, from astro turf for recreational clubs to furnitures, umbrellas and potted plants.

First Nations

First Nations

  • Pre-employment program
  • First Nation employee mentoring in partnership with Kari
  • Commissioning artist Jeffrey Samuels to create a work that tells the story of how Australia’s First Nations People are connected to Sydney Harbour
  • Welcoming guests at our main access points in Gadigal clanguage alongside etchings of the whales in Jeffrey Samuels’ painting
  • Leveraging digital signage to celebrate and acknowledge First Nations culture
  • Acknowledgment of Country at key ICC Sydney meetings


ICC Sydney’s team are passionate supporters and advocates for the community, giving back through volunteering, knowledge sharing, donations and awareness campaigns. Our team members are also able to take dedicated time for volunteering throughout the year.

Community Partners

Our community partners are closely aligned with ICC Sydney’s values and share our commitment to sustainability, diversity, inclusion and wellbeing.

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