Capital raising

Tricketts Arch Biodiversity Credits

The ISX and the Dykes family are seeking investors in 2153 biodiversity credits at a price of $2000 each. (Biobanking Agreement, No. 33) Ecodiversity credits are saleable investments and are certified through the NSW Deparment of Environment and Heritage. The Tricketts Arch biodiversity credits are detailed below.

Beringil

Beringil is the traditional Yuin word for ceremonial feast, this project is about supporting and developing the Aboriginal food industry on Yuin country in the NSW South Coast.

Bringing George and Lily Home

It's been over two years since George and Lily Fishers' historic Daintree home burned down. The Mossman community have rallied to the cause raising over $14,000 for a building fund to rebuild their home.

The ISX has long had the view that home ownership is a vital part of the 'closing the gap' project for Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. But in the Fishers' case it is about having the comfort of spending the years ahead in their own house on their own land.

Wilderness Project

Funding is sought to purchase 175 acres of rainforest south of Sydney to establish a drug-free residential treatment facility for children and young people with significant behavioural or mental health problems. There is currently no facility for the treatment of children under 12 with mental health problems in NSW. Project type is similar to the noted Brahminy Project in the Northern Territory. There is no other project like the Brahminy Project in Australia.

Palm Island Sponges Aquaculture project

The Indigenous community of Palm Island, located approximately 60 kilometres off the coast of north Queensland, has very limited employment opportunities for its 3,000 inhabitants. With no industry, and an underdeveloped business sector, unemployment rates on the island are over 90%. The people of Palm Island identify the lack of employment opportunities as the most significant social issue impacting on quality of life on the island.

Anderleigh Quarry Pty Ltd Indigenous Employment Development Initiative

Anderleigh Quarry believes that learning, education, development and initiative are the key ingredients to undertake an active hands on role in shaping the direction of the communities in which we live. We believe that we must live the values, morals and beliefs we hold to build a strong framework for todays fragile environment to ensure tomorrows community and environmental growth is embraced and is above all sustainable and meaningful.

Valery's Southern Cross Family Car Service

Valery Dhamarrandji loves to drive.

The idea of Valerys Southern Cross family transport is an innovative solution to the high costs of transport for an extended Aboriginal family in Nhulunbuy.

Currently many of the 200 odd residents at Wallaby Beach pay a $50 one way taxi fare to the town of Nhulunbuy where the major shopping and administrative services for the area are located.
Only a few families can afford motor cars.

Walkabout Cultural Adventures

Join local Aboriginal guide Juan Walker on his half and full day tours as well as private charter tours, that visit the Mossman/ Daintree region and are led by experienced local Kuku Yalanji tour guide. Learn about the local rainforest Aboriginal people, whilst visiting culturally significant and interesting sights of this region.

Camel Culling Based Enterprise

An Australian mobile abattoir owner and operator is seeking other equity partners to develop this billion dollar camel products supply industry in Australia to produce returns of around 20% on investments.
There will be a preliminary exercise for this proposed project, to refine and develop camel field harvesting and processing techniques to suite the geography and infrastructure of the region. This is only necessary to develop the capability of an already existing mobile abattoir design and other specially developed technologies and portable infrastructures.

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