Wendy from West Eyre Shellfish receiving a certificate of gratitude from EyrePlus Compliance Officer, Randy, in front of West Eyre Shellfish's Hexcle Systems baskets
Wendy from West Eyre Shellfish, alongside EyrePlus Compliance Officer, Randy.

This week our team at EyrePlus travelled out to Denial Bay to visit our friends at West Eyre Shellfish.

Regarded as one of the pioneering oyster farming business in South Australia, we were there to offer them a Certificate of Gratitude to celebrate our ongoing and positive relationship.   

Local businesses like West Eyre Shellfish help to develop employment opportunities for the people in our community, and thereby making a difference for the lives of our Community Development Program Participants (CDP).

Our services for the Community Development Program (CDP) helps improve participants employability, while also providing local solutions and broader community goals.   

EyrePlus strives to contribute to local business and to support them with free recruitment services, as part of a 26-week post-placement support network that includes training and developing local community members, providing work clothing and personal protective equipment for our CDP participants.   

Our participants are grateful to have had the opportunity to work with West Eyre Shellfish, as they’re well known for their Hexcle Systems baskets, being that they are one of the founders of the revolutionary product.

We’d like to thank everyone at West Eyre Shellfish for their continued dedication to helping us provide employment opportunities for our participants and the overall community.

About the Community Development Program (CDP)

EyrePlus is bringing local experience and knowledge to deliver the Community Development Program (CDP) proudly supported by the National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA)

CDP is an Employment program for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in regional, rural and remote Australia to achieve sustainable employment outcomes by strengthening skills, addressing barriers and contributing to their communities through a range of flexible work-like activities.