Enterprise Partnerships WA

The mission of Enterprise Partnerships WA is to support people living in remote First Nation communities to build the capabilities, partnerships and resources required to explore and sustain enterprise development.

EPWA promote entrepreneurship as a vehicle for empowerment whilst fostering a connection to country and contributing to mental health and well-being.

The Maganda Makers Club is a proud champion of EPWA’s enterprise development work with the women of Kalumburu and Balgo Communities, East Kimberley.

See what the amazing Maganda Makers of Kalumburu and Balgo are doing by viewing the projects on EPWA’s website.



Piriwa Op Shop, Balgo 
Tramulla Op Shop, Kalumburu


Founding Director, Clare Wood, EPWA is a valued member of the Club’s Advisory Team 

Unleashing Kimberley Indigenous women's economic empowerment for self-determination.

A Kimberley Indigenous Women’s led grassroots initiative nurturing, championing and supporting Kimberley Indigenous Women in Business (aspiring, emerging, established and growing)

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Business Club Captain

Natasha Short

Maganda Makers Business Club Captain and Managing Director of Kimberley Jiyigas

Phone // 0409 156 756 

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Business Club Manager

Cindy Mitchell

Indigenous Women’s Entrepreneurship Program Director, Good Return 

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