Its all about Delivering Quality regional constructions


Servicing Broome and the Kimberley Region, building better communities

Kullarri Building Pty Ltd (KB) incorporated in 1998 as an Australian Proprietary Company Limited by Shares and is owned by Nirrumbuk Aboriginal Corporation (NAC).


Kullarri Building are a regional leading Indigenous building company located in Broome specialising in construction and refurbishment of housing and other related infrastructure. We provides these services for both the Indigenous and non-indigenous community. 

With considerable experience in managing the construction of residential, commercial and government buildings across Northern Western Australia, Kullarri Building is your ideal local provider in building, maintenance and refurbishment projects. 

A range of projects completed include Health and Medical, Education, Residential and Industrial projects successfully completed in on the Dampier Peninsular. Since commencing trading in 1999 Kullarri Building has successfully trained  both indigenous and non-indigenous youth and adults.

Regional knowledge and experience are essential for delivery of quality and sustainable projects in the harsh North West region. The high standard business practices of Kullarri host proven successful projects and partnerships integrating the wide skill sets provided by Kullarri Building,


Strong relationships built with quality design teams, sub-contractors and suppliers support our experience when planning remote logistics.  Relationships with Broome Electrical Services (Wholly owned by NAC) and NUDJ Plumbing Services (25% owned by NAC, 25%)  unite outcomes with both companies hosting greater than 75% of Indigenous employment.

Our Mission

'To serve the community of the Northwest with quality building and construction services in order to achieve sustainable Indigenous employment outcomes'

Organisation Goals

Quality, delivery combined with indigenious pathways.

  • To service the Indigenous community with building and construction services that addresses the needs of Indigenous Australians.

  • Provide career paths to Indigenous men and women in the building and construction industry.

  • To deliver training and employment opportunities for Indigenous people in building and construction.

  • Provide a positive impact on Indigenous Australians through mentoring and personal development.

  • Heighten cultural awareness in the wider community.

  • Contribute towards “closing the gap” and end disparity between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.


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Core Strategies

  • Work closely with Indigenous communities, service providers and government agencies to address the housing needs of Indigenous Australians.

  • Develop key partnerships with industry to enable placement of Indigenous apprentices in employment.

  • To provide opportunities for Indigenous Australians to undertake apprenticeships and careers in building and construction services leading to gainful employment.

  • Explore and asses new business opportunities which support the achievement of the organisational goals. 

  • Strive for competitive advantage through development and training.

  • To become an employer of choice for Indigenous Australians seeking employment in the building industry.

  • To be accountable for works undertaken and provide quality building services.