Working to establish Indigenous owned and operated businesses in the Kimberley


Have you got a good idea for a business? Are you in a business and want to improve it? Morrgul offers an opportunity for people to make their ideas for business become reality. 

Morrgul is a Kimberley based not for profit organisation offering business development and ongoing business support to Aboriginal people of the Kimberley. Morrgul services are provided at no cost to anyone who has the ability and motivation to start their own business.

The friendly and professional team at Morrgul step you through all the stages of business development.

This could include getting ready through training and workshops, making sure your business idea will work, helping you get finance, start your business and to keep it going over the long term. Morrgul can also help existing businesses improve their profitability with specialised support.

With funding through Woodside Energy Limited in 2013, over the past 3 years Morrgul has helped over 70 new businesses get started in the region, and helped another 50 existing businesses grow and improve. Morrgul is located in Broome and works closely with ManyRivers Microfinance and Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) to maximise the level of business support provided to clients.

Who Should Apply

If you are of Aboriginal descent, live in the Kimberley and have an idea to start a business or already run a business, call us!

Open For Business

Morrgul welcomes clients at its offices at 13 Walcott Street Broome (Corner of Barker St).  Contact us for an appointment.

For clients outside of Broome, we can provide support via phone or we  will arrange to visit you.



Business Preparation and Training
Business Development
Business Support & Mentoring

Starting My Business, Growing My Business and Understanding Business Financials Workshops



Client Stories

Attika Edgar

At the business workshops I really like how they covered the cash flow system. I felt like I had a good insight already for what I would have to consider

Dennis O’Meara

I really enjoyed the business workshops. It gave me some ideas for how to run my business. It also made me feel confident that there is this place where I

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