Bamara’s mission is to foster and promote business and economic development for people and communities by providing support and professional human services.
Bamara is about people, acknowledging their unique circumstances and achieving their goals and creating a positive impact by providing support and professional human services.
We deliver appropriately tailored support to individuals’ strengths, goals, challenges, and experiences to achieve community prosperity and individual economic independence.
We achieve this by creating, designing and delivering culturally competent services for corporate, NGO and Government sectors to positively impact local communities and individuals.
Bamara means Helper, Friend, Companion in Yolngu language from Arnhem Land.
Services include ParentsNext / Workforce Australia / Career Transition Assistance.
Open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
B3, Level 2,
Orchid Plaza, 58 Lake St
Cairns QLD 4870
Telephone 1300 012 476
Bamara offers a range of solutions for our clients focussing on Indigenous economic independence.
Local business and Indigenous participation policy For true economic independence and prosperity equal to other Australians, there must be a successful economy with vibrant and sustainable businesses.
Our contracts are operated in accordance with our ‘Local business and Indigenous participation policy’ which provides fair and reasonable opportunity for local industry and suppliers ...
Bamara is a company that is majority Indigenous owned through David Liddiard being the majority shareholder. Bamara was created for the purpose of delivering social impact programs and quality related services to Indigenous and non-Indigenous clients and communities.
Bamara provides decades of experience combined with a fresh perspective to working with Indigenous and non-Indigenous clients and communities ...