Rain falls in Indulkana on 4 January 2021; the first in 30 days.
Moving Together is an environmental and community outreach program developed by Two Men and a Truck. It forms part of the company’s overall public relations activities. Essentially Moving Together is a corporate responsibility program encompassing environmental and social initiatives in three areas: 1) within our business (our people and the physical environment) 2) in ourContinue reading “Corporate and Social Responsibility”
The weather station installed at Indulkana in 2017 is an Australian owned, designed and produced weather station from Environdata. The ‘Automatic Weather Stations’, or AWS, measures and records weather data from its location. Environdata’s weather stations are built tough to survive Australia’s harsh climate extremes. Their weather stations undergo strict design testing, will operate withContinue reading “What does the weather station do?”
Richard Kuipers is a man of many interests, talents and stories! He is a Holland native, a pilot, a businessman and successful entrepreneur. He is a husband, a father and grandfather; he is a lifelong bridge player, a member of Toastmasters International, an active community member and an ‘ideas man’. Suffice it to say, itContinue reading “Who is Richard Kuipers?”
After purchasing an artwork by Jimmy Pompey, from the Iwantja Arts Centre, Richard and Cheryl Kuipers became aware of health issues which resulting in Mr Pompey being unable to attend his own sold-out show. This led Richard and Cheryl to learn more about the issue of kidney disease in Indigenous communities and the challenges inContinue reading “Purple House”
Iwantja Arts is the beating heart of the Indulkana Community, offering their artist members opportunities for artistic and professional development, a sustainable income and economic independence. Iwantja Arts is a not-for-profit, Aboriginal owned and operated corporation, managed by a Board of Directors. Through strong governance and increased opportunities, training and career development, the art centreContinue reading “Inwantja Arts”