Trip to Kununurra
Posted on 25th October 2019 by Chris Grieve
Once again Chris and Tom headed up to the Kimberley region to visit their clients in our beautiful north as well as attend the Annual General Meeting of the Kimberley Aboriginal Law & Culture Centre (KALACC).
Prior to heading out to the AGM, they made a quick stop in Broome to visit a client who operates a newly established health and safety risk operation and organise a quick meeting with another Broome local who wanted assistance with purchasing a commercial property using borrowings inside their Self-Managed Superfund.
Then it was a quick flight over to Kununurra where a very busy schedule awaited them. After a two hour drive they were greeted at the beautiful Home Valley Station with a traditional smoking ceremony. The following day they attended the KALACC AGM at which Tom presented a summary of the financial year results to the board, the members and various stakeholders. The drive back to Kununurra was extended when they had to stop and change a tyre on the Gibb River Road. It is understood that like a true leader Chris pulled rank and “kept a lookout” whilst Tom did all the dirty work under the car. Throughout the following day Chris and Tom presented two seminars to the local business community on Single Touch Payroll and How To Use Your Financial Information to Improve Your Business Performance.
In keeping with the theme of delays in travel the flight home had to make an extra stop in Newman to refuel meaning a late night getting back to Perth.
Thank you to all our clients in the Kimberley region for your ongoing support and your hospitality. We feel privileged to have the opportunity to see such an amazing part of our state and look forward to seeing you again soon.