partnering for progress

helping local communities come together

Chevron Australia is a proud partner of the Perth Festival – Western Australia’s premier cultural event.

human energy fuels partnership and performance

We’ve been partnering with the Perth Festival since 2013 as their International Excellence Partner.

The Perth Festival is the longest running international arts festival in Australia. It is considered Western Australia’s premier cultural event with a reputation for excellence in its international program, the presentation of new works and the highest quality artistic experiences for its audience.

"With the support of Chevron Australia, the Perth Festival can continue to bring enriching, world-class cultural experiences to the local community, helping to cement Perth as a truly global city and a thriving place to work and live."

Nigel Hearne

Managing Director
Chevron Australia

Environmental protection is a fundamental value at Chevron and we are excited to be an inaugural precinct partner of the Stadium Park through the Chevron Parkland.

Environmental protection is a fundamental value at Chevron and we are excited to be an inaugural precinct partner of the Stadium Park through the Chevron Parkland.

chevron parkland brings stadium precinct to life

As an Inaugural Precinct Partner of the Stadium Park, the Chevron Parkland includes 2.6 hectares of rehabilitated parklands and nature playgrounds, creating a memorable play experience in a unique natural environment.

Situated on the Swan River foreshore alongside the Optus Stadium, the Chevron Parkland will offer the local community and tourists access to a vibrant new parkland and six nature playgrounds, BBQ areas and picnic facilities set around the river-fed lake.

The Chevron Parkland translates and expresses the Whadjuk Noongar six seasons across the play areas and includes 10 permanent three-dimensional artworks by eight leading West Australian Noongar artists.

The Optus Stadium and Stadium Park development heralds a new and exciting chapter in the transformation of Perth and we’re excited to be involved with this legacy project that will create a public environment the community will be able to enjoy for decades to come.

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160,000

seedlings and plants

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500

mature trees planted in the Chevron Parkland

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2.6

hectares of rehabilitated parklands and nature playgrounds

Chevron celebrates NAIDOC week with activities in Perth, Barrow Island and Onslow each year.

Chevron proudly partners with NAIDOC Perth. Each year, NAIDOC week activities provide an important opportunity to recognise the history and achievements of Aboriginal people – and celebrate the richness and diversity of Aboriginal culture.

going the distance for activ

Since 2010, we’ve been partnering with the Activ Foundation on the Chevron City to Surf for ActivThe event is one of Western Australia’s most loved community and fundraising events, connecting people of all ages and backgrounds. It also helps support Activ make a difference to the lives of people with disabilities and their families.

The Chevron City to Surf for Activ is WA’s most loved community event.

Pounding the pavement for a good cause. In 2017, the Western Australian community raised more than $200,000 for over 500 different charities during the Chevron City to Surf for Activ series.

giving back to the community

At Chevron, we believe our business succeeds best when the people we work with and the communities in which we operate succeed too. Our employees showcase this commitment by supporting their communities through ongoing volunteer projects.

Our employees are encouraged to participate in company volunteer days coordinated through our partner organisations United Way West Australia and Conservation Volunteers Australia. Our people also give back to the local community by volunteering at not-for-profit organisations outside of work hours.
256 Chevron Volunteers

256

chevron volunteers

3,247 volunteer hours logged in Australia

3,247

volunteer hours logged in Australia

35+ projects supported

35+

projects supported

The Chevron Focus Environment photographic competition helps support environmental stewardship among WA school students.

Celebrating human energy through environmental photography. More than 1,200 photographs showcasing biodiversity were submitted by Western Australian school students in the 2017 Chevron Focus Environment photographic competition. We’ve supported the competition for the past 14 years to continue to build community awareness and support for conservation and environmental stewardship. The 2018 competition will open in May.