OUR PROGRAMMES

CDP

Community Development Programme

MEEDAC is a Community Development Program (CDP) provider on behalf of the Australian Government. We provide a single point of contact for job seekers and employers in the Midwest- West and Goldfields- Yaaliku regions which includes the following locations and surrounding areas: Mullewa, Northampton, Dongara, Kalbarri, Yalgoo, Morawa, Narngulu, Laverton, Leonora and Wiluna.

  • CDP Helping Hands
  • CDP Creative Hands
  • CDP Community Sheds
  • CDP Community Gardens
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Reach Out / Bus Patrol

MEEDAC Reach Out / Bus Patrol

In 2017 MEEDAC commenced the Reach Out program in Geraldton, formerly known as the Community Patrol Services, which is an initiative of the Department of Communities. MEEDAC have been operating similar services for the past 15 years in Mullewa, Laverton and Kalgoorlie.

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Inspirations Mullewa Motel

Inspirations Mullewa Motel

Inspirations is a 15 room Motel with its own café, function room and restaurant situated an hour inland of Geraldton, located in Mullewa. The building was completely renovated approximately 6 years ago and is now open and bright, with all rooms having their own ensuites. We have rooms to accommodate everyone with single, twin, deluxe, mobility and a family room.

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Innovation Park

Innovation Park

A joint initiative between Karara and MEEDAC with the support of SODEXO. A Horticulture enterprise that provides quality fruit and vegetables to mine sites and local supermarkets.

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Narngulu Recycle Centre

Narngulu Recycle Centre

The MEEDAC recycling team commenced at the Meru facility in December 2016 and have rapidly established a great reputation within the community recycling furniture, electrical appliances, whitegoods, tools, building materials, bikes/scooters, clothes, crockery, bric-à-brac, and any other reusable household items. (08) 9923 3201

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MEEDAC acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia, and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.