The Kimberley region of Western Australia is made up of four Shires: Shire of Broome, Shire of Derby West Kimberley, Shire of Halls Creek and the Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley. All local councils contribute to the prosperity of the local economy and provide essential services to community members. Other key organisations are instrumental in providing a voice and further support for those living in the region.
KDC is a statutory authority of the government of Western Australia.
Their role is to promote the economic and social development of this magnificent region of Australia while making the Kimberley a great place to do business, build a career, raise a family and invest into the future.
KLC was formed in 1978 by Kimberley Aboriginal people as a political land rights organisation.
They are now the peak Indigenous body in the Kimberley region working with Aboriginal people to secure native title recognition, conduct conservation and land management activities and develop cultural business enterprises.
ANW is the peak tourism marketing body for the Kimberley and Pilbara regions of Western Australia.
It is responsible for the promotion of the North West as a premier tourism destination in both domestic and international markets on behalf of its members.
Chambers of Commerce & Industry are the peak body representing businesses in WA for more than 125 years, supporting and connecting thousands of businesses with one vision in mind: for WA to be a world leading place to live and do business.
There are three Chambers of Commerce located within the region: