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Calling All Australians.
Bullroarers Australia is an Indigenous, Supply Nation Registered, Prime Minister and Cabinet Accredited, Veteran owned company. We seek to close the gap for Indigenous Australians, transitioning ADF Members, first responders and security-cleared personnel by providing meaningful employment pathways.Learn More
Bullroarers Australia is an Indigenous, Supply Nation Registered, Prime Minister and Cabinet Accredited, Veteran owned company. We seek to close the gap for Indigenous Australians, transitioning ADF Members, first responders and security-cleared personnel by providing meaningful employment pathways.
We utilise our Directors and Principals extensive experience within the Australian Federal Government, Australian Defence Force (ADF), State and Federal Police Departments, the Security Industry, and various government agencies to provide clients with precise solutions.
As a leading Indigenous Supply Nation registered company, we are readily accessible to government and industry and will assist your organisation meeting your Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP) targets.
We are focussed on creating sustainable employment outcomes for our employees and personnel via our skills enhancement and training & development programs. We offer Indigenous Australian and Veteran employment pathways coupled with peer support and mentoring through our network and corporate sponsors.
We have long-standing relationships across Australian Government, corporates, academia, and training partners.
We are a:
- proud Supply Nation registered Indigenous company,
- multidisciplinary highly credentialed Veteran owned business,
- community and culture focussed organisation.
We are Bullroarers Australia
Community & Culture01
With our deep and close connection to communities Australia-wide, we help clients to “bridge the gap”, and genuinely “fill it” with the following services: Project Consultancy Services, Reconciliation Action Plans, Indigenous Employment Strategy, Cultural Awareness/Engagement Workshops
Investigations & Intelligence02
Bullroarers Australia are experienced in conducting covert and overt investigations for local, state, and federal governments including Crime and Corruption Commissions, Code of Conduct Reviews and Fraud Investigations. Our team have the capability to independently undertake investigations, prepare reports, briefs and supporting documentation, report periodically and manage mediation and court proceedings.
Bullroarers Australia operate nationally and have been trusted to support, train, and resource the most secure corporate and government sites in Australia including the Joint Defence Facility Pine Gap (JDFPG). We have access to 6000+ registered security cleared consultants including 600+ PV personnel, making us the reliable choice for any client in need of quality security services. Our security team have over 30 years’ experience working with (and in) the ADF, LE and the Security Industry and provide a range of end-to-end security services.
Bullroarers Australia offer training and development, certifications and accreditations, to government and corporate clients as well as professionals looking to upskill. Working with our training partners, including Registered Training Organisations (RTO) and academic institutions, we empower people by offering them ‘fit for purpose’ training and the certifications required to assist employment. Our senior instructors and trainers are qualified to offer various certifications and a suite of courses.
WHY BULLROARERS AUSTRALIA WAS FOUNDED
After years of collegial conversation, collaboration on various societal initiatives, frustration with the lack of innovative approach to entrenched issues, David and Neal realised new pioneering training and employment pathways are required to increase the participation and success of Australian First Peoples and Veterans.
From our realisation, we understood there was only one option available to us, create our vehicle for change, to call out loudly to government, corporates and all Australia that we are here, we are solution focused, hear us, this is our solution.
And with that, Bullroarers Australia was proudly founded.
HOW WE ASSIST
COMMUNITY & CULTURE
With our deep and close connection to communities Australia-wide, we help clients to “bridge the gap”, and genuinely “fill it” with the following services: Project Consultancy Services, Reconciliation Action Plans, Indigenous Employment Strategy, and Cultural Awareness/Engagement Workshop.
Project Consultancy Services
Bullroarers Australia provide end-to-end project consultancy services, to assist clients in conducting Indigenous Land Planning and Development Assessments. This includes surveying a proposed project site, advising clients on Aboriginal Heritage Permits, identifying Indigenous Artefacts, repatriation services and developing risk management plans to further client’s projects in a way which is consistent with Aboriginal community and cultural expectations.
Our Indigenous Ambassadors specialise in identifying, meeting and engaging with Traditional Land-Owners and Tribal Elders to understand and identify community needs. This includes negotiating and interpreting matters of significance between Traditional Land-Owners and clients. With our extensive experience, we review and suggest culturally accepted solutions that enable the success of our client’s projects, create Indigenous employment within the local community and improve client’s knowledge, respect, and acceptance of the Traditional Land-Owners.
Reconciliation Action Plans
Using recognised frameworks such as the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), we assist clients in designing, implementing, and achieving these frameworks and embedding the Indigenous Employment Strategy (IES). We facilitate RAP Workshops and Presentations and engage with Reconciliation Australia to monitor the progress of client’s RAPS and their follow up reporting.
Our team have provided project consultancy services and assisted with the development of RAP and IES plans for a wide range of government and commercial organisations including the Australian Defence Force, Wilson Security, and Aurecon.
INVESTIGATIONS & INTELLIGENCE
Bullroarers Australia are experienced in conducting covert and overt investigations for local, state, and federal governments including Crime and Corruption Commissions, Code of Conduct Reviews and Fraud Investigations. Our team have the capability to independently undertake investigations, prepare reports, briefs and supporting documentation, report periodically and manage mediation and court proceedings. We specialise in: End-to-end Investigations, Preliminary Assessments, Code of Conduct Reviews, Fraud Investigations, Dispute Resolution Support, Field Operations, Overt and Covert Surveillance & Investigative Support, Forensic Analysis, Expert Court Witnesses, and Other Discrete Services.
Bullroarers Australia have access to an investigative team of over 40+ government accredited and licenced investigators that are utilised across multiple panels, tenders, and corporate projects. Our diverse team of highly experienced investigative personnel come from various backgrounds including Law Enforcement (LE), Australian Defence Force (ADF), Australian Public Service (APS), and the Australian Intelligence Community (AIC). Many of our personnel have inter-agency investigative experience and hold government accreditations and high-level security clearances.
We adopt holistic investigative methodologies and hold multiple government and industry accreditations and qualifications, including Master and Operator Security Licenses, Commercial and Private Inquiry (CAPI) Agent licenses (with mutual recognition) and are experienced working with (and in) the ADF, APS, and LE including the New South Wales and Australian Federal Police Forces to provide comprehensive investigative solutions for complex cases. We have the capacity and capability to manage the end-to-end investigative process including establishing the facts of a critical incident, make recommendations on any findings and assist our clients in mediation services, case management and prosecutorial support.
Bullroarers Australia offer training and development, certifications and accreditations, to government and corporate clients as well as professionals looking to upskill. Working with our training partners, including Registered Training Organisations (RTO) and academic institutions, we empower people by offering them ‘fit for purpose’ training and the certifications required to assist employment. Our senior instructors and trainers are qualified to offer the following certifications and suite of courses: HLTAID001 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, HLTAID003 First Aid, HLTAID004 Emergency First Aid, HLTAID006 Advanced First Aid, HLTAID007 Advanced Resuscitation, HLTAID008 First Aid Management, 22282VIC Asthma Risks and Emergencies, and 22300VIC Management of Anaphylaxis.
Additionally, our RTO partners can provide nationally recognised qualifications to ensure client’s personnel have the skills and are qualified to work on and complete projects. This includes: GWO / BST – Advanced Rescue, LVR / Working at Heights, Work Health & Safety, Security Operations & Risk Management, Critical Incident & Emergency Management, Train the Trainer – Workplace Training & Assessment, Front-line Management, Justice Administration, Range Safety, Active Shooter Response, Hostile Environment & Situational Awareness, Defensive Tactics – Armed & Unarmed Security (Use of Force & Level of Resistance), and Weapons & Tactics – Policy & Research.
Peer Support & Mentoring
Bullroarers Australia offer continuous and ongoing peer support and mentoring to individuals, corporates and government clients on how to achieve their personal, professional, and organisational goals.
Bullroarers Australia operate nationally and have been trusted to support, train, and resource the most secure corporate and government sites in Australia including the Joint Defence Facility Pine Gap (JDFPG). We have access to 6000+ registered security cleared consultants including 600+ PV personnel, making us the reliable choice for any client in need of quality security services. Our security team have over 30 years’ experience working with (and in) the ADF, LE and the Security Industry and provide a range of end-to-end security services including: Unarmed and Armed Guards, Mobile Patrolling, Security Force Personnel & Remote Service Teams, Close Personal Protection (CPP), High Value Person, Asset, and Infrastructure Protection, National critical infrastructure protection, Alarm Monitoring, Escort Services, Site Based Security and Risk Assessments, Surveillance, and Critical Incident and Emergency Management Coordination and Response.
Cultural & Vocational Competence and Transition
• Aboriginal Cultural Liaison Officers • Cultural Ambassadors • Aboriginal Employment Networks
• Organisational & Transformational Change • Field Operations and Project Management • Security Management & Investigations
Governance, Risk, Compliance and Enforcement
• Develop and Implement Corporate Security Policies, Strategies and Frameworks • Policy & Methodology Practice, Process & Procedural Reviews • Ability to Liaise with State, National and International Law Enforcement, Security and Intelligence Bodies
Peer Support & Corporate Mentorship
• Peer Support and Corporate Mentorship is facilitated by WorkPath Australia • Proven track record of leading, motivating and developing diverse teams and professional staff to achieve their personal, professional and organisational goals in partnership with our stakeholders •We believe in growing the capability of our workforce, providing guided training, employment and vocational transition pathways so they are job ready • We draw on the expertise of our experienced staff, ambassadors and training partners to deliver desired outcomes.
BE PART OF THE JOURNEY
FRAMEWORK AND PROCESS
Harnessing our strong connection to community, utilising our government, academic and industry partners, we deliver complete end-to-end solutions for organisations to increase the employment and economic inclusion for Aboriginals and Veterans.
Our passionate staff bring a collegial spirit and add value at every step of our journey together, maximising your return on investment.
Our unique multidisciplinary service capability will derive mutual benefit and deliver your organisation the desired results and a competitive edge.
Our Indigenous Ambassadors and Veteran advisory team are graduates/alumni of the WorkPath Australia program. Our loyal, disciplined and solutions focused approach does more than just close gaps. For individual or team-based assignments, we are ready to support your projects and can readily mobilise & integrate in all locations. We tailor solutions to your business and offer sage advice to ensure tangible outcomes. We are solely solutions focussed.
We Are Ready to Help You
WE SUPPORT GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS WITH SPECIALIST PROJECTS, SECURITY-CLEARED PERSONNEL, CULTURAL ADVISORY SERVICES, OPERATION, ANCILLARY & ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
GET TO KNOW US
TEAM AND AMBASSADORS
Co-Founder and Director, Head of Community Engagement and GRC
Cornelius (Neal) McGarrity is an Indigenous Veteran consultant with over 28 years’ experience across the ADF, NSW Police Force and Department of Health (NSW and Commonwealth). He has experience at leading regulatory reforms for a range of government and corporate clients to analyse the implementation of their regulations and service provider issues and compliance.
Neal has designed, developed, and implemented an umbrella corporate WHS management system for a large government department with a total of 25K employees. His experience includes safety and critical incident investigations providing regular advice on safety systems, trends, response actions, investigations. He is an excellent communicator with a strong customer focus who will provide a central point of coordination and communication during this activity.
Neal has led and trained various specialist response agency teams – providing operational, strategic, and tactical level coordination. He is adept in governance, risk, and compliance, offering discrete assistance or ancillary support.
Co-Founder and Director, Head of Government & Corporate Engagement
David Jam is a business degree qualified entrepreneur with a strong interest in supporting ADF Veterans and Indigenous Australians. He has used his 15 years of executive experience to provide innovative workforce, training and employment solutions to government departments and corporates across Australia and overseas.
David is dedicated to supporting the men and women who secure and protect our country and has direct access to 6000+ Australian security cleared personnel nationally and established relationships with stakeholders and customers across government, corporates, academia, and training organisations.
His multidisciplinary skilled businesses are trusted to provide personnel contracting, workforce planning, training and recruitment to Australian Government, Defence & National Security Departments, Defence and Security Contractors, multinationals, and domestic industry.
Having established Vertical Scope Group and WorkPath Australia, he is proud to have co-founded Bullroarers Australia to further focus his passion for providing meaningful social, training and employment outcomes for Indigenous Australians, Veterans and security cleared Australians.
Edwin James (Jim) Mi Mi
Chief Cultural Ambassador
Retired Warrant Office Class Two (Royal Australian Infantry Corp) Edwin James (Jim) Mi Mi is a proud Wakka Wakka man, born and raised in Gayndah, QLD. After completing Year 12, Warrant Officer Mi Mi enlisted in the Australian Regular Army (ARA). After completing recruit training Kapooka, Wagga Wagga, NSW, he was allocated Infantry Corp, based at Singleton, NSW and after completing Initial Employment Training (IET) was posted to the First Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (1 RAR).
Throughout his 24-year service within the ARA, he has held several regiment and non-regimental postings and has progress through the ranks from Private to Warrant Officer Class Two within the Infantry Corp. His posting include: the First Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (1 RAR), Depot Company, School of Infantry, the Second Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (2 RAR), Battle Wing, Canungra, the Twenty Fifth/Forty Ninth Battalion, Royal Queensland Regiment (25/49 RQR), Land Warfare Centre – South Queensland, Platoon Team, Tactics Wing, School of Infantry, and Warrant officer and Non-Commissioned Officer Academy (WO&NCO Academy).
Jimi has been involved in developing programs within Australia for the Australia Defence Force to assist Indigenous youth in improving their employment opportunities through education, training and mentoring. The Indigenous Employment Development Course (IEDC) involved engaging with State and Federal stakeholders to assist, develop and package training and to implement this course nationwide. Within Tier 1 business, he has also been responsible for developing, promoting and embedding the Indigenous Employment Strategy (IES), developing and implementing Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and engagement with Traditional Owners through cultural heritage by corporate or field environment.
Medals and Awards
- Active Australian Service Medal with Somalia, East Timor and Iraq bar
- Australian Service Medal with East Timor bar
- Defence Force Long Service
- Australian Defence Medal
WHO WE WORK WITH
PARTNERS AND ASSOCIATIONS
We strategically partner with industry and academia.
Interested in partnering with Bullroarers Australia? Contact one of our friendly consultants..
GET IN CONTACT
Bullroarers Australia Pty Ltd
ABN: 87 639 792 966
Phone & Email
0466 377 119
Macarthur Square, NSW 2560
Monday to Friday – 9am to 5pm
WHAT IS A BULLROARER?
The bullroarer is an ancient ritual musical instrument and a device historically used for communicating over great distances.
To the Australian Aboriginal the bullroarer is believed to be the voice of great ancestral spirits. The bullroarer, a sacred object which was hidden from sight and used only during initiation rites and other important ceremonies.
Only men who were fully initiated were allowed to use them; only the wisest men were able to understand what the voice of the bullroarer said. At the time of initiation, the candidate left the women’s part of the camp when he heard the bullroarers wailing in the distance.