Partnerships in business and the community are at the heart of everything we do. We believe that together we create stronger, more meaningful outcomes for the people of Western Australia.
We are the major Partner Sponsor of the City of Perth Surf Life Saving Club and the foundation supporter of the major redevelopment of the Club in 2014, which led to a reinvigoration of community interest in the club and a major increase in membership. The redevelopment has also provided a new wave of revenue that will ensure the club is financially secure for decades to come.
A major part of our business revolves around water, so we understand the importance of water safety and respect for the ocean. We also pride ourselves on investments that maximise potential, which aligns with the City of Perth’s commitment to supporting young surf life savers and promoting beach safety.
Each year the Mowanjum Festival attracts thousands of visitors from across Australia to share the vibrant, living culture of the Ngarinyin, Worrorra and Wunambal peoples. We are a proud Supporting Partner of this event, that celebrates the unique and rich cultural history of our nation’s first peoples.
Aarli Mayi Aquaculture Project
The Aarli Mayi Aquaculture Project is enabling the vision of the Kimberley Saltwater Country people – the Dambimangari, Mayala and Bardi Jawi Traditional custodians of the land and saltwater on whose country the Kimberley Aquaculture Development Zone and service industries will be situated.
We are an equal shareholder in the Aarli Mayi Aquaculture Project Pty Ltd alongside the three traditional owners. The Company is seeking to define a new level of cooperation in economic and social advancement with the Kimberley Saltwater Country people. The business has Aquaculture leases and licences for 5000 tonne per annum production of fish in the Kimberley Aquaculture Development Zone.
Our expertise in project management, investment, industry development, stakeholder management and seafood production supports the unique collaboration and shared vision between Traditional Owner groups.
For more information click here to visit the project website.