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Level 2, 30 Delhi Street, West Perth, WA 6005

Community Engagement

We work closely with the communities around us, with a particular focus on partnerships that encourage education and skill development. Here are some of the ways we’re working with organisations to deliver to deliver positive outcomes and provide opportunities for young people.

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Kaya Wandjoo

Warrikal proudly partners with Kaya Wandjoo, an Indigenous company dedicated to offering tailored training and development pathway programs for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous candidates. Through this collaborative effort, Kaya Wandjoo’s upskilling program aims to bridge gaps and create opportunities for sustainable and scalable workforce solutions within the resources industry.

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Queens Park Football Club

For the past 5 years, Warrikal has been a steadfast supporter of the Queens Park Football Club, a commitment that remains unwavering. Through our sponsorship, we actively contribute to nurturing talent at every level, from grassroots to professional, fostering a positive impact that resonates both within individuals and across the broader community. Beyond the field, the club’s dedication to player development creates a distinctive and enriching experience for all involved.

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Making A Difference And Looking Ahead

We continue to nurture our partnership with MADALAH – a not-for-profit organisation that offers secondary and tertiary education scholarships for Indigenous students from communities in regional WA.

Currently, we support two high school students on their educational journey. This support extends to their accommodation expenses and helping facilitate their participation in various enriching extracurricular activities.

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The Apprentice Employment Network – Western Australia (AENWA)

AENWA is a not-for-profit organisation that represents several member group training organisations (GTOs) in Western Australia.

We believe in creating pathways that inspire individuals, ensuring that their dreams are not only supported but celebrated. As an AENWA partner, we proudly sponsor the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Apprentice or Trainee of the year.

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The Waalitj Foundation empowers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians with education and employment opportunities throughout Australia. We take immense pride in our continued partnership with the Waalitj Foundation. Together, we strive to create meaningful job opportunities that empower Indigenous Australians on their journey towards fulfilling careers in the dynamic fields of engineering and mining.

Through these collaborations, we witness firsthand the positive impact on the lives of Indigenous job seekers. It goes beyond providing employment—it’s about fostering dreams, aspirations and a sense of belonging within the community.

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Pioneers Sporting Club, Newman

We share a longstanding partnership with the Pioneers Sporting Club. This vibrant club, encompassing Football, Netball and Cricket serves as a focal point for community engagement.

We partner with the sporting club on the Indigenous Round during NAIDOC Week through artwork collaboration. The club work closely with a player and local community member to create a piece of Indigenous artwork that is subsequently featured on Football and Netball uniforms worn during the round. Additional jerseys are also donated to the local community.


We also support the club with a weekly BBQ that brings together the Newman community. Sharing a meal with friends is powerful for any community.

Want to become a sponsor?

At Warrikal, we’re dedicated to creating positive change through our sponsorships and community engagement. We welcome proposals from groups or organisations seeking support. Click the link to register today.

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Level 2, 30 Dehli Street, West
Perth, WA 6005