Stunning backdrop for sundowner
Before the 2018 Kimberley Economic Forum officially kicked off, guests were given the opportunity to take in the stunning views of Roebuck Bay and network with other businesses.
The Broome Chamber of Commerce and Nyamba Buru Yawuru held a Business After Hours sundowner at the Mangrove Hotel on Tuesday, October 9, before the forum officially began on Wednesday, October 10.
At the sundowner, Nyamba Buru Yawuru chief executive Peter Yu not only welcomed guests to the forum, but he also officially launched Yawuru Futures, a policy document setting the framework and direction for the growth of Yawuru wellbeing and prosperity in the Northern Australia development agenda.
The document also presented an opportunity for business and investors to contemplate their working relationship with indigenous groups across the region.
Raffles were also drawn on the night, giving away several pieces of artwork, created by local indigenous artists.
Denise Shillinglaw, Di Appleby, Nyalee Castledine and Jamie Beattie.
Senator Pat Dodson, Robyn Stacey and Bryan Hunter.
Kirra Watson, Natalie Dean and Norma Hunter.
Stephen Pigram performs during the sundowner event.
Simone and David Puertollano.