The regional contractors golf day 2024

At Yambuk Labour & Traffic Solutions, we are driven by a profound commitment and passion for providing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staffing solutions. Located in Geelong and Ballarat, we are proud to represent and serve regional Victoria with authenticity and dedication. Every day, our skilled team works tirelessly to deploy capable and dependable Indigenous workers across a wide variety of industries, ensuring that they contribute positively to our clients’ workplaces with both pride and respect.

Our engagement extends beyond just staffing; we actively participate in community and regional events that help forge stronger connections and promote diversity within the workforce. A standout event in our annual calendar is the Regional Contractors Golf Day in Ballarat. As regular participants, we cherish this event, which is wonderfully organized by Steven Toose and Ken Rigbye.

The Regional Contractors Golf Day 2024 was no exception, offering not just a day of friendly competition but also a chance to mingle with sports legends. The event was graced by AFL North Melbourne’s “king” Wayne Carey, the great Australian cricketer Merv Hughes, and the champion small forward from North Melbourne, Andrew Krackouer. These sports icons brought an extra level of excitement and inspiration to the day, making it a truly magnificent experience.

Being part of such an event underscores our commitment to the community and provides a valuable opportunity to highlight the importance of inclusion in every sector. It also allows us to share our mission with a broader audience, showcasing how Indigenous talent can play a crucial role in the growth and success of businesses in regional Victoria.

At Yambuk Labour & Traffic Solutions, we believe that our strength lies in our community ties and our ability to bring diverse groups together. Whether through our staffing solutions or participation in key regional events, we are dedicated to making a positive impact and ensuring that Indigenous communities are represented with the respect they deserve.