Out There 2019 Sponsors

Thank you to our sponsors for Out There 2019.


School Infrastructure NSW is a centre of excellence and dedicated delivery unit for the planning, delivery and maintenance of NSW public schools. With the NSW Government investing $6 billion over the next four years to deliver more than 170 new and upgraded schools to support communities across NSW, School Infrastructure NSW is the body overseeing this investment.

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The City of Canterbury Bankstown is one of the most culturally, socially and economically diverse communities in Sydney, made up of over 360,000 residents and 100sq km.

In 2016, the two former areas of Canterbury and Bankstown merged to become one community, resulting in the largest local government area in NSW.

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Aboriginal Affairs NSW is a diverse agency with a broad remit where they work with many stakeholders. Their corporate narrative was developed in collaboration with people across the agency, and articulates what they do and how they do it.

As a government agency, they work alongside Aboriginal people and communities to make sure their voices are heard and interests represented. By leading and influencing change in government, they support the social, cultural and economic aspirations of Aboriginal people in NSW.

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Bankstown Sports Club was founded in 1958 and over the years, has grown and developed into one of the largest clubs in NSW, and now supports more than 43 local sporting clubs and over 6000 individuals who participate in sport, as well as hundreds of local charities and community groups.

With more than 70,000 members, Bankstown Sports Club is one of Sydney’s top 10 registered clubs, employing over 600 staff and offering a fun, exciting and safe entertainment destination in the southwest.

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Ernst & Young is a multinational professional services firm, committed to building a better working world. EY aspires to have a leading people culture everywhere in the world by investing in three key elements of their culture: inclusiveness, development & engagement.

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Flinders Centre Bankstown is a
9-storey commercial office tower located in the heart of Bankstown’s CBD, and brings commerce and community together to offer contemporary, efficient and sustainable A-grade office space.

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Kimberwalli is a unique initiative to support young Aboriginal people in Western Sydney to transition from school to education and/or further employment.

When Kimberwalli opens later this year, it will offer young Aboriginal people; access to top-class facilities and programs, training and information to achieve their aspirations; a safe place to come together to share information and engage in discussion; and a strong connection to culture through elders and mentoring programs

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Landcom is focused on supporting the government in improving housing affordability across NSW, and delivering the local infrastructure to help new communities grow and thrive.

Landcom unlocks surplus or underutilised government-owned sites or large institutional land holdings to create vibrant urban places with housing choices, community facilities, open spaces and access to services. 

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The National Australia Bank is Australia’s biggest bank, with over 30,000 employees serving over nine million customers at more than 900 locations in Australia, New Zealand and worldwide. More than money, NAB also funds some of the most important infrastructure in our communities - including schools, hospitals and roads, in a way that is responsible, inclusive and innovative.

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Parramatta Leagues has been a staple in the Parramatta community since 1959, featuring premium facilities and quality restaurants. The Leagues Club is the proud home of the Parramatta Eels and has plans to develop a new hotel and luxury leisure precinct connected to the new $300m Western Sydney Stadium and the heart of the Parramatta CBD.

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Squire Patton Boggs is a full-service global law firm, providing insight at the point where law, business and government meet, giving their clients a voice, supporting ambitions and achieving successful outcomes. The firm has a multidisciplinary team of over 1,500 lawyers in 47 offices across 20 countries who provide unrivalled access to expertise and invaluable connections on the ground.

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Sydney Water provides safe drinking water to almost five million people across Sydney, the Blue Mountains and the Illawarra. They also look after wastewater and some stormwater services to help protect the health of our rivers and beaches. 

Sydney Water is a statutory State Owned Corporation, wholly owned by the New South Wales Government. 

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TAFE NSW is Australia's leading provider of vocational education and training with over 500,000 enrolments each year.

TAFE NSW operates as a network of Institutes offering the best of campus-based delivery as well as flexible, online and work-based learning. Collaboration, diversity and the strong relationships between our Institutes contribute to and magnify the value of TAFE NSW and importantly, the benefits that we deliver to communities and the economy of NSW.

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The University of Sydney, founded in 1850, is Australia's first university and comprises of nine faculties and university schools, through which it offers bachelor, master and doctoral degrees.The 2019 QS World University Rankings ranked the university 42nd in the world, third nationally, and the top-ranked university in New South Wales.

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Uber offers services that include peer-to-peer ridesharing, ride service hailing and food delivery in Sydney.

As of 2019, Uber is estimated to have 110 million worldwide users.

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Venues NSW is the owner, coordinator and promoter of a portfolio of key publicly owned sports and entertainment sites in New South Wales. Its venues include ANZ Stadium at Sydney Olympic Park and the new Western Sydney Stadium at Parramatta (due to open Q2 2019); WIN Stadium and WIN Entertainment Centre in the Illawarra; and McDonald Jones Stadium and Newcastle Entertainment Centre and Showground in the Hunter region.

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Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) delivers healthcare to more than a million people living in the state’s fastest growing region and is home to several centres of clinical expertise. WSLHD includes five major hospitals - Westmead, Blacktown, Cumberland, Mount Druitt and Auburn. It also provides over 800 specialist clinics and services, and employs more than 14,000 people.

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The Western Sydney University is an Australian multi-campus university in the Greater Western region of Sydney. Ranked in the top 500 in the world in the Academic Ranking of World Universities, Times Higher Education World University and top 2% in the QS World University Rankings, and top 25 univeristys in Australia in the QS National rankings.

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