Acknowledgement of Country

Village Roadshow Theme Parks (VRTP) acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters, and community.

We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

VRTP supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Australian Constitution.

We commit to continued listening and learning from First Nations voices and to work in partnership to create change.

VRTP acknowledges that we have a responsibility and must do more to truly live our purpose to create better experiences together for a better tomorrow.


Social Responsibility

Village Roadshow Theme Parks Pty Ltd (VRTP) is an organisation that expects the highest level of ethical standards to be reached and maintained. We seek to foster trust in our relationships between our employees, suppliers, customers, investors, and regulators.

VRTP uses its best endeavours to act respectfully and responsibly by using standards set out by Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI) and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) conventions.

Our aim is to achieve safe, fair, legal, and humane working conditions for everyone working in our supply chain.

VRTP, as a team can build a better planet by working together, hand-in-hand with all stakeholders.


People & Ethics

Transparent Supply Chain –  VRTP actively seeks out the very best factories for each product we develop.. We interview between 5 and15 factories before selecting the perfect one to make our products.

Our expectation is clear from the outset with our ‘Code of Conduct’ questionnaire through which we aim to gauge the supplier’s level of social & ethical compliance to ensure fair wages, work safety and adult only employment.

Only after this process do we place orders & endeavour to establish long-term relationships with vendors of the same integrity & business ethic, ensuring continuous improvement where on-going social & environmental changes are taken into consideration.



Testing for harmful substances - All our products follow strict testing guidelines from the world's best-known label for textiles tested for harmful substances.

OEKO-TEX® testing considers numerous regulated and non-regulated substances, which may be harmful to human health such as; nickel, formaldehyde & cadmium.

The prints and coatings applied to the outer material are also tested for harmful substances according to the criteria applicable to them.

For more information on Oeko-Tex® – Click here.



Better Cotton Initiative - By becoming part of the ‘Better Cotton Initiative’ (which requires a licensed supply chain) we can ensure our resources are responsible & sustainable.

Through joining the BCI community we will be contributing to better working conditions & communities for farmers while encouraging the worldwide shift to more sustainable cotton production.

For more information on BCI – Click here.


Packaging, Sustainability & The planet – As a business we have worked very hard towards reducing packaging options on all our products. All single use poly bags have been eliminated from apparel, we have introduced re-cycled polyester products made from 100% recycled plastic drinking bottles & changed over any presentation packaging such as tags & header cards to be sourced from sustainable forestry such as FSC.

Our apparel is also made from fabric which requires a ‘COLD WASH’ option. Decreasing our carbon footprint by reducing the energy a washing machine needs by 90%.