The Waalitj Hub is here to assist the Indigenous business sector thrive in WA. We provide support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people wanting to start, grow or sustain their businesses.

With our in-house business coaching – plus direct access to independent, professional support – we inspire and empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to build their business capability.

First Nations business clients serviced by our coaches

of our service providers are indigenous

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First Nations Business clients serviced by our coaches

of our service providers are Indigenous

pop up hubs hosted in regional western australia

Waalitj Hub Key Services include:

› Business incubation and start up
› Business growth and capital requirements support
› Tendering and contract execution
› Prequalification and project compliance
› Marketing and Communications
› Joint venture, merger and acquisition advice
› Import, export and foreign investment advice
› Expertise with Land-based enterprises
› Human resources and industrial relations
› Governance, risk management and compliance
› Legal advice and services
› Back office systems and processes
› Bookkeeping or outsourced accounting

The Waalitj Hub also supports any organisation that’s seeking to meet Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander procurement and employment targets. This means we will actively collaborate with any corporate entity, government department, government agency or not-for-profit in the wider business community. Our aim is to help them to engage successfully with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

Businesses by ANZSIC Division

  • Construction
  • Arts and Recreation Services
  • Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
  • Administrative and Support Services
  • Retail Trade
  • Education and Training
  • Other Services
  • Health Care and Social Assistance
  • Mining
  • Manufacturing
  • Transport, Postal and Warehousing
  • Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services
  • Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing
  • Information Media and Telecommunications
  • Wholesale Trade
  • Accommodation and Food Services
  • Rental, Hiring and Real Estate Services
  • Public Administration and Safety



hub news

Empowering Yorgas in Business

The Waalitj Hub hosted our inaugural "Empowering Blak Business: Yorgas in Business" event, at Mineral Resources Park last week. Bringing together an intimate group of First Nations businesswomen for a day of educational workshops and presentations designed to support...

Inspiring growth from successful business

Marcus Tuia's success story is a testament to the impact that supportive services like the Waalitj Hub can have on entrepreneurs. A Yamatji man with Wajarri-Nanda heritage, Marcus is the Director of Civworx Contracting, a company that provides high-quality earthworks...

Care Sector Training Transforms Lives

Leonora Community Development Program Participants are now equipped for new careers thanks to a training regime under Waalitj Foundation. The six residents of the Northern Goldfields community undertook an intensive two-week Aged Care Skillset course, delivered by...

New business set for success

Raquel Todd is a proud Banyjima and Kariyarra woman and the Co-Founder of Blak Line Industries, a majority-owned and operated Aboriginal business composed of seven different Traditional Owner families. Founded in 2022, Blak Line Industries provides design, signage,...

Building capability for future success

Proud Ballardong Noongar man Gavin McGuire is the Owner and Managing Director of Koormal Group, a service provider for civil and construction projects in the commercial, mining and government sectors. Gavin and his business partner, Mike Jones, have a combined...

Family business reaches new heights

Proud Bardi and Yindjibarndi man, Matt Leisk, is the Director of Leisk Hydraulics, a family-owned and operated Plumbing and Gas business passed down through three generations. He joined the family business as an apprentice in 2014 and is now a licenced plumbing and...

Sharing Culture and Country Through Art

Karthi Muir is a young emerging artist whose work has included several significant fine artworks, public art murals, and design projects. As a proud Wongai Wongatha man from Leonora, Karthi aims to share his culture and Country through visual mediums. His business,...

Waalitj Hub and Cm3 PARTNERSHIP

Indigenous businesses will be supported to achieve prequalification for projects with hundreds of businesses across Australia thanks to a partnership between the Waalitj Hub and Cm3. Cm3 is a web-based Work Health & Safety (WHS) system that businesses use to...

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