Video: On a black screen, white text fades into view.
Text: "Our story is the earth, the water, the wind and the sky. Our bodies are the land, and our veins are the rivers that nourish and sustain life. It's time for education, empowerment and a Welcoming to Country. It's time for acknowledgment."
Video: An aerial view shows green the treetops of thick bushland.
Audio: Chris Heelan: We actually recognise Australia has got a... quite a unique history and it's a history that should be for everyone.
Video: A swathe of river rocks snakes through the bush.
Audio: Steven Hansen: I think it's about recognising a culture that's been on this land for so long. 65,000, maybe 100,000 years now.
Video: In the shade of a tree, an Indigenous guide in a black polo shirt holds spindly green leaves and studies them solemnly.
Audio: Savannah Harrison: As inclusivity's, like, one of our really important values, that we do acknowledge country when we have meetings and acknowledging that there is traditions that are older than us and that were here before us that are really important to where we live and where we work.
Video: In a grassy clearing, four people watch the man perform a smoking ceremony. The guide waves a handful of leaves through thickening smoke.
Audio: Stephanie Roache: So I think it's really our commitment to community, our commitment to regional and rural Australia and our commitment to inclusivity and reconciliation that just naturally leads Australia Post employees and Australia Post to start meetings and events and celebrations with a welcome or an Acknowledgment of Country.
Video: Amid bushland, a kangaroo nibbles vegetation. Ants cross sandy soil. Bees swarm around a tree trunk. An echidna waddles. Birds peck at branches. Under a blue sky, a wide wetland glitters. Aerial views show hills shrouded in mist and golden sunlight.
Video: A man in a polo shirt is interviewed in dense green bushland.
Text: Chris Heelan. National Indigenous Manager, People & Culture. Chris Heelan: I encourage any one of our employees. The permission's there. Show an interest. Come and be involved.
Video: In shady bushland, a woman with curly blonde hair is interviewed.
Text: Savannah Harrison, Postal Manager, Collingwood Post Shop.
Audio: Savannah Harrison: It's made me learn more about our culture, but also learn more about myself.
Video: A brunette woman is interviewed in a clearing.
Text: Stephanie Roache. Manager, Corporate Responsibility, Community & Philatelic.
Audio: Stephanie Roache: Find that opportunity to go out and to learn more about our rich Indigenous history.
Video: A brown-haired man in a relaxed blue business shirt is interviewed. He's flanked by bushland.
Text: Steven Hansen. Strategic Procurement Manager, Fleet, Logistics & Automation, Finance & Commercial Services.
Audio: Steven Hansen: If you're new to Post and you know there's this Aboriginal culture there somewhere that you haven't yourself discovered, take the time to maybe go on a walk.
Video: Bright green eucalyptus leaves dangle from a tour group member's red backpack.
Audio: Chris Heelan: You know, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture is as much of... it's as much as for you as for me. You know, the country, it's yours as it is for me as well, and I think when people understand that, then I think that's when it becomes beautiful, you know.
Video: Perched on a rocky coastline, the Indigenous guide watches the sunset. Waves surge toward him.
Video: The red Australia Post logo is displayed on a white background. The words 'Everyone matters' appear below it.