ENAC wants to connect people with employment opportunities within existing and future services and develop and facilitate connection and collaboration between local businesses, schools, and other relevant stakeholders, including housing and aquaculture.

Lalgardi Enterprises

The name ‘Lalgardi’ refers to the Boab Tree – chosen for its cultural significance to Aboriginal people in the region.
Lalgardi Enterprises was established in 2013 with the sole purpose of being able to offer employment opportunities to local indigenous people. Our services are designed to build the capacity of our Indigenous workforce and to meet the service needs of the broader community. Lalgardi proudly maintains a 90% indigenous employment retention rate. Lalgardi currently delivers the following contracts:
Lakes Maintenance
Derby Renal
Derby Aboriginal Health Service
Water Corporation
Lalgardi also offers the following services locally and in remote areas.

– Gardening and Landscaping
– Carpentry
– Painting
– Fencing
– Remote Works in the above


ENAC was the first in Australia to commercially farm giant freshwater prawns, or jarramba. These creatures have long been an important source of food for Aboriginal people in the Kimberley region, and as such, ENAC has translated traditional knowledge and connection into a profitable and sustainable commercial aquaculture project.
ENAC has been a leader in aquaculture in the Kimberley region of Western Australia for over 10 years and is licensed to operate within this region. ENAC has developed a variety of aquaculture activities which initially started from commercial mud crabbing licenses.

Fishing Shirt Sales

Lalgardi Enterprises has developed its own unique brand ‘Straight Outta Derby 6728’.

The brand includes good quality fishing shirts with our favourites being mudcrabs, barramundi, cherabin and crocodiles. All of which can be found locally, if you know the secret spots!

If you don’t know where they hide or just want to be part of the 6728 ‘gang’, submit the order request below and we will be in touch with payment details.
Purchases can be collected from our office on Swain St or posted (at a small cost). Payment must be received before goods will be released.

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Financial and Compliance Services

Emama Nguda established a Fee for Services Financial Services Arm in 2018.

We can tailor a bookkeeping service to suit your needs.  You may have a staff member doing day to day processing and need a bookkeeper to help with Monthly reconciling and quarterly BAS Preparation. Or you may want a bookkeeper to processing the accounts and payroll from start to finish.

Whatever your bookkeeping requirements, we can tailer a package that fits.

We have Professional Accountants and CPA Auditors for advice which means we have a streamlined system of bookkeeping with comprehensive checklists.  You will receive a report after each payment run which shows the work we have done and give you an overview or your outstanding items.

If you are concerned about overdue BAS or an ATO debt, we can handle all of that for you. As registered BAS agents we can speak to the ATO on your behalf regarding late lodgement, apply for fine reprieve, negotiate payment plans and more.

Our Bookkeeping solutions are suitable for businesses of all shapes and sizes – from Aboriginal Corporations to sole traders.

We specialise in Aboriginal Corporations and ensure compliance with reporting obligations and the CATSI Act, for end of the financial year compliance.

Additional services include:

  • Monitoring and Reporting for Director’s meetings and line management
  • Processing of Paperwork for signature authorisation etc
  • Financial Reporting Requirements for Funding Providers

Financial reporting is an essential requirement in grant agreements and we can provide assurance to the relevant Departments that the grant has been used in an efficient, effective and ethical manner in accordance with the agreement.

We can provide the following level of compliance required for each funded activity.

  • Financial Declaration
  • Non-Audited Financial Acquittals
  • Audited Financial Acquittals

The types of tasks involved in day-to-day bookkeeping include:

  • Day to Day Processing

We can process invoices and bills and keep your bookkeeping up to date

  • Bank Reconciliations

We will reconcile your bank statements on a weekly or fortnightly basis and ensure everything is accounted for

  • Payroll Services

No matter how small or large your payroll is our professional team will ensure your staff are paid correctly and on time and ensure you meet your ATO obligations.

  • Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivables = Cash-Flow Management

Having your accounts payable and accounts receivable system in streamlined order and automated is key to good cash-flow and business health.  We use state of the art apps to automate and manage your day-to-day transactions and keep you on track.

  • Compliance Budgeting

Development of compliance budgets to assess the cost and benefits of adherence to your organisations financial security goals.

Development of mandatory budgets within the framework of government funding and reporting requirements for funded programs


Anglicare WA – Domestic Violence

A community-led initiative which is perpetrator-focused and operated in conjunction with Anglicare with the aim being to support family safety, combat domestic violence in Derby and to provide individual and group work sessions. This service provides a more informal supervised space with access to food, shower, laundry, and kitchen facilities for men to spend time at during the day, helping reduce interactions with the police in the community.

Yiriman Project


The trial of Jalngangurru Healing in Derby and Fitzroy Crossing is open now. Cultural (traditional) healing can be used to address physical ailments, social and emotional wellbeing, mental health issues, drug dependence and culture bound syndromes (e.g. being sung). The model will enable the healers to be compensated for their work, with cultural safety and security embedded in the model, and will enable the safe keeping of knowledge for future generations. During the trial costs will be covered by Jalngangurru Healing.

This project is managed by the Yiriman Project in partnership with Emama Nugda Aboriginal Corporation, auspiced by KALACC, funded by the WA Primary Health Alliance, supported by the Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services and is being evaluated by Notre Dame University’s Nulungu Research Institute.


Healing Coordinator:
Petrine McCrohan
E: [email protected]
P: 0457 209 306

P: 08 9191 5317
E: [email protected]

P: 08 9193 1600
Project Coordinator:
Tammy Solonec
E: [email protected]



1 Swain St, Derby
PO Box 513, Derby, WA 6728

Telephone: 08 9193 1600
Facsimile: 08 9193 1700
Email: [email protected]

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