MEEDAC (Midwest Employment and Economic Development Aboriginal Corporation) was incorporated in May 1997 by the community members of Mullewa to operate a CDEP (Community Development Education Program). The community elders were concerned that there was no meaningful employment and training opportunities for their people. Due to the community demands within the region MEEDAC Inc. increased its CDEP and developed activities in Morawa, Yalgoo and Three Springs as well as remote communities such as Kardaloo, Barrel Wells, Mt Wittenoom, Nabawa and Pia Wadjarri.

MEEDAC’s first big CDEP project was Redland Roses which then expanded to include cutting flowers which were sold to retail outlets within the region.

Community Development Program

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.

Inspirations Mullewa Motel

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.

Connect, Engage and Enhance communities in which we are involved.

To improve the lives of our people in regional and remote Australia.

To assist people in seeing beyond their circumstance.

To assist people in recognising and achieving their potential.

Deliver sustainable and relevant programs.

Create sustainable commercial   Enterprises.

Our Purpose 

Our Values 

We deeply value our staff, stakeholders and our family values.

To build trust through our behaviours and communications.

Respect our history as we shape our future.

To be truly transparent in all our business.

Together we celebrate our achievements.

Our Vision

To set the standards in our industry.

Strive to be our very best every day.

Be recognised as an organisation that gets things done.

Social inclusion and economic independence.

Lead with innovation in all our projects and employment creation.

MEEDAC Community engagement

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.

Welcome to MEEDAC

Welcome to MEEDAC

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.

MEEDAC Reach Out / Bus Patrol

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