Brolton Group is a proud Indigenous-owned and operated engineering company. It delivers a range of engineering services with evolving skillsets, and values of reliability, credibility, sustainability and ambition.
Show Me The Way shouts from the rooftops about the benefits of storytelling. With custom film workshops, First Nations and refugee students make documentaries about local heroes – learning about culture and storytelling.
Byron Bay restaurant, Karkalla, is the passion project of Mindy Woods, proud Bundjalung woman of the Widjabul Wia-bul clan. By using seasonal produce and native Indigenous ingredients, the restaurant’s menu is a nod to Mindy’s heritage.
Founded by Jasmine Newman, great granddaughter of Aboriginal activist Bert Groves, GJK Indigenous Solutions is a cleaning company laying pathways for Indigenous Australians. It aims to Engage, Employ and Empower.
Warida Wholistic Wellness is a wellbeing sanctuary connecting First Nations peoples to Country, animals and themselves. Led by strong Badimaya woman, Bianca Stawiarski, Warida’s mission is to empower families and communities.
Brolga Cranes & Equipment is a 100% Indigenous-owned company that takes construction hire to new heights, providing customised, efficient and effective crane solutions to projects of all sizes.
AMK Law helps people achieve their goals. As a boutique law firm, it offers top tier, experienced lawyers who can work closely and build relationships with clients – something its team values above all else.
In the Wemba Wemba language, Kinya Lerrk means women coming together. 100% Aboriginal owned and operated, the business creates design and art that celebrates Aboriginal culture and makes homes and offices come alive.
Jaramer Legal is a national, majority-Indigenous-owned law firm offering a suite of commercial and legal services. It prides itself on delivering client-tailored legal services through a unique, culturally sensitive lens.
Kardan Construction is a Supply Nation Certified Aboriginal building company which operates on the philosophy that community infrastructure should have community outcomes, building infrastructure for a stronger and more resiliant society.
If information is power, how do we hold it? HoldAccess exists to answer this question, by addressing issues of under-documented people being left behind by the digital revolution. It gives everyone control over their data.
Established in 1992, Ikuntji Artists was the first art centre established by women in the Western Desert Art Movement. Today Ikuntji Artists are represented in galleries and institutions in Australia and around the world.
North-East Arnhem Land Aboriginal Corporation strives to advance the condition and welfare of Indigenous people. Focused on developing a local indigenous workforce, the 26 Traditional Owner Clan Groups from North East Arnhem Land are members.
Kirra Services is a proud Supply Nation Certified Indigenous information and communications technology provider offering a range of services. Its goal is to increase opportunities for Indigenous people in the ICT industry.
Curijo is a management consultancy specialising in Aboriginal affairs as well as mainstream services in Canberra. Through consultancy, strategic insights, and capability, Curijo's vision is to make a difference for its clients, staff, and all Indigenous Australians.