Cultural diversity is looking at and accepting the variety and cultural differences that exist in society. Within Warehouse0ne7 we acknowledge that these differences exist and look at ways of being culturally sensitive to all clients, staff and visitors that attend the centre.


Managing and accepting the cultural diversity of others makes us more creative, flexible, productive and competitive. We have employees that are from different cultural background and this has enabled us to gain valuable knowledge and insight, and create a welcoming space that is comfortable and free from prejudice. We recognise that there are distinct demographic groups that have been disadvantaged in the community; we are committed to being able to offer a service that is free from cultural indifference.


We accept people from:

  • Cultural and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds

  • Aboriginal backgrounds

  • Sexual orientation

  • Gender/Gender history

  • Age

  • Health

  • Disability (physical, intellectual, and others)

  • Religious and spiritual beliefs


Warehouse One7 appreciates the differences in all individuals. These can be based on gender, age, sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation and social status.


Being accepting and offering a holistic service has enabled us to be appreciative of the differences in families within the Illawarra and to enhance and understand these. We recognise that having talented and diverse staff is a key component and is an advantage to all clients and visitors that attend the centre.  Our community services are a reflection of the quality and the skill of our staff. We are committed to ensuring a quality service to retaining a talented staff pool to be able to offer a continuity of care.