At GEPL we believe in the strength of partnerships – collaborating with individuals and organisations who share our values and are committed to achieving optimum outcomes. Our key partners include:
Gumala Aboriginal Corporation
GEPL exists to deliver benefits to the Banyjima, Innawonga and Nyiyaparli language groups of Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
Profits are distributed through our parent company Gumala Aboriginal Corporation and go towards innovative health, education, training and community programs.
GEPL also creates Indigenous employment for Banyjima, Innawonga and Nyiyaparli people with a focus on skill development and sustainable opportunities now and in the future.
To find out more about the Gumala Aboriginal Corporation visit www.gumala.com.au
Since the signing of the historic Yandi Land Use Agreement in 1997, GEPL has built a strong, and mutually beneficial relationship with Rio Tinto – one of the world’s leading mining groups.
GEPL and Rio Tinto share a belief in the importance of genuine Indigenous engagement and are jointly committed to creating a sustainable legacy in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Rio Tinto continues to identify contracting opportunities for GEPL across a range of projects and GEPL responds to this confidence by delivering bespoke services and optimum outcomes.
Learn more about Rio Tinto and its global project portfolio at www.riotino.com
The Hospitality Group
Established in 1962, The Hospitality Group is a diversified tourism and hospitality company with a reputation for accommodation excellence in Regional Western Australia.
Today the Group operates quality motels in Port Hedland, Carnarvon, Geraldton, Esperance and Kalgoorlie. They also manage the luxury Terrace Hotel in Perth’s CBD.
GEPL manages its Karijini Eco Retreat located in the stunning Karijini National Park in partnership with The Hospitality Group, sharing a dedication to maintaining the environmental principles that govern this unique property.
Visit www.hospitalityinns.com.au for information about The Hospitality Group.
Department of Parks and Wildlife WA
GEPL takes the environmental responsibilities associated with operating the Karijini Eco Retreat very seriously.
In partnership with the Department of Parks and Wildlife WA we work to protect the beautiful natural environment of the world-class Karijini National Pak where our property is located.
We ensure the required eco policies at our Retreat are followed and the rules of the Karijini National Park are respected to ensure this precious asset is protected for future generations.
Learn more about the work and role of the Department of Parks and Wildlife at www.dpaw.wa.gov.au
Tom Price Community
Tom Price is a Pilbara mining town located at the base of the stunning Hamersley Ranges and is considered the gateway to the Karijini National Park.
Our contracting headquarters are in Tom Price and many of our employees hail from Tom Price and the surrounding area.
We are proud to be part of the Tom Price community and actively support initiatives to make the town a progressive and rewarding place to live and do business.
Explore Tom Price at www.tomprice.org.au