Our Businesses and Partnerships

Our Businesses

Nirrumbuk Environmental Health and Services

Building autonomy, health, and wellbeing for all Aboriginal people.

Nirrumbuk Environmental Health and Services Pty Ltd was established by empowered Kimberley communities on the Dampier Peninsula who, having perceived a need for a community-controlled placed-based service organisation, collaborated to create a corporate entity dedicated to remote service delivery. Our organisation has since grown to become a significant employer of Aboriginal people across the entire Kimberley region of Western Australia with an expansive offering of services and programs.

Kullarri Building

Western Australia’s award winning Indigenous Building Company

Kullarri Building is an award winning Indigenous building company located in Broome that specialises in the construction and refurbishment of housing and other related infrastructure. It provides these services for both the Indigenous and non-indigenous community and has undertaken a number of commercial and residential projects including government housing projects.

Djaringo

Vocational Education and Training

Djaringo is a leading registered training organisation in NW Australia, with capability to deliver training throughout the Kimberley, including Broome and Kununurra and remote communities, in both classroom and work place settings.

Our courses equip you with the skills and knowledge employers in the construction and traffic industries are looking for. We are a trusted Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and our courses are recognised throughout Western Australia and nationally.

Djaringo is committed to providing all of our clients and students with the best opportunities to gain employment and personal growth, by actively participating in training, that’s our commitment to you.

Broome Electrical Services

Electrical – TV – Data

Broome Electrical Services is a certified electrical company with licensed electricians servicing Broome and the Kimberley.

Broome Electrical Services has grown over the years through word of mouth referrals by delivering quality customer service to our customers

At Broome Electrical Service we endeavour to approach each task using a team approach in all our jobs in the Broome and remote areas of the Kimberley.

National Aboriginal Construction Partners (NACP)

NACP Projects originated as a partnership between National Aboriginal Construction Partners and BADGE Constructions.

National Aboriginal Construction Partners consists of three not-for-profit Indigenous community corporations:
• Marra Worra Worra
• Waanyi Aboriginal Corporation
• Nirrumbuk Aboriginal Corporation

In 2019, the original shareholders signed a new agreement to become NACP Projects Australia, an incorporated entity.

Partnership with Broome Aboriginal Short Stay Accommodation

Statement of Strategic Intent 
MercyCare, Centacare Kimberley, NBY and NAC form the Governance Group of the BASSA. We have agreed to collaborate and pool our resources and expertise to develop the BASSA with a long-term goal to realise its potential and play a strong part of the accommodation solution to overcome the Aboriginal accommodation challenges in the township of Broome.

Underpinning that in all we do strategically and on the ground is Mabu Liyan, the cultural philosophy of traditional owners, the Yawuru people. Mabu Liyan is at the heart of what it is to have and to know a good life, to have a strong spirit that is positively connected to all that is important including community, family, culture and country. This belief is reflected in the behaviour of our employees and guests and promotes safety and a respect of culture and spirit.

Our Vision is to provide Aboriginal People, from the Kimberley and beyond, access to affordable, culturally connected and safe short-term accommodation. 
Operate collaboratively and transparently to best leverage the strengths and experience of alliance organisations.
Effectively engage community and form meaningful partnerships.
Deliver quality services while ensuring we are a financially sustainable business.
Build a skilled and appropriate workforce for the future with strong organisational culture.

BASSA Reference Group

  • Anthony Smith – Mercy Care CEO
  • Amy Andison – NBY Manager Community Development
  • Kuzzi Sakupwanya – BASSA General Manager
  • Joseph Grande – Nirrumbuk CEO

For further information or to make a booking click on the link below:
https://www.mercycare.com.au/community-services/aboriginal-accommodation/bassa

Click here to download the BASSA strategic Intent Diagram