Darwin Buffaloes Football Club
The Club extends our thanks and appreciation to our partners & sponsors for the 2012-2013 NTFL season. Their support has enabled the Club to provide membership at $10 per person. We encourage all members to view our partners & sponsors websites for further information on tangibles which members maybe able to access.
Urbex, has become a major force in the national property development market since launching in 2003. A wholly-owned subsidiary of the long-standing national property and construction company The BMD Group, Urbex creates innovative living environments that set new benchmarks in urban design and community creation.
NGARDA CIVIL AND MINING PTY LTD
Ngarda is a multi-disciplined contractor that’s committed to enhancing the lives of Indigenous people through employment opportunities. Ngarda is the one of the largest employers of Indigenous people in the construction and mining industries and is currently the largest Indigenous owned and operated contracting company in the country. As part of its commitment to strengthening local communities in the Territory, Ngarda is continuing to be a major sponsor to the Darwin Buffaloes and looks forward to a successful season.
Cazalys has agreed to sponsor the Club for the 2012-2013 NTFL season. The partnership between the Club and Cazalys is set to grow as the Club establishes its operations in Palmerston.
Cazalys venues (Cazalys Palmerston & Palmerston Golf Club) will be the venues for Club functions and events throughout the season.
Members of the Club do receive a Cazalys membership which does allow access to both venues. Please contact the Football Club if you have not received your Cazalys membership card.
Cazalys have food and beverage menus and regular specials that can be seen via their webiste: http://www.cazalysnt.com.au/
PALMERSTON CITY COUNCIL
The second largest city in the Northern Territory, Palmerston is a young, vibrant regional hub with a fast-growing future.
The city boasts 32,000 residents, 2 shopping centres, a G.P Super Clinic, brand new water park precinct and recently upgraded sporting facilities, proving it has come a long way since welcoming its first resident 30 years ago.With a projected population of 44,000 by 2025, accelerated growth is high on the region’s agenda with 4 suburbs under construction - including the rapid expansion of existing suburbs Bellamack and Johnston, and new residential developments Zuccoli and The Heights Durack.
With a strong plan in place for the region’s future growth, the City of Palmerston proves to be a ‘Place for People’
Founded by brothers Theo and Mick Halkitis in 1960, Halkitis Brothers (HB) commenced as a civil works company. During this time all types of civil works have been undertaken including bulk and specialised earthworks, drainage and storm water works, kerb installations, landscaping and protection, bridgeworks and dam construction.
In 2001 HB moved into construction supply and logistics. Whilst no longer a civil engineering contractor HB continue to provide clients with expert advice on civil works projects and other products and services we offer.
Fifty years has seen the company expand across a spectrum of industries to include mining, manufacture of construction materials, earthmoving, residential and commercial development projects, vehicle and machinery supply and maintenance, tourism and hospitality.
Kalidonis Pty Ltd
Kalidonis Group is one of Darwin’s largest privately owned construction company’s. We specialise in concreting, formwork, steel fixing and excavation.
The success of our organisation since it’s inception in 2000 has been realised through a relationship based approach that is fundamental to our business philosophy.
Fortress Mining Services
One of the owners of Fortress Mining Services, Mr Derick Yates, has a long association with the Buffaloes. Derick has close links to the McLeod family who have played for Buffaloes at the highest levels and nutured the early career of the former Adelaide Crows Superstar Andrew McLeod. Andrew first played his senior football with the Buffaloes in the club where his father Jock has played over 200 games.
Abbott Cleaning Service
A team with a combine 60 years of experience, we can identify, problem solve and restore floor surfaces with results that exceed expectations. We are sensitive to your timeframes and are respectful of your environment.
Understanding what you are standing on is critical to how it needs to be maintained. We can tailor a progam to get the best out of your floor for longer.
Crossinnovate Consulting consists of business partners Mark and Trish Crossin. The business is based in Darwin, Northern Territory and provides services to clients based in the Northern Territory and elsewhere in Australia.
The business has been established to provide advice, support, advocacy and networking related services to clients.
Services provided to government, industry, public, private, Non-Government Organisation based employers, individuals and unions.
Darwin Business Machines
Fred Hollows Foundation
The Fred Hollows Foundation was in 1992 by eye surgeon Fred Hollows. The Foundation focuses on treating and preventing blindness and other vision problems. It operates in Australia, The Pacific, South and South East Asia, and Africa.
The Fred Hollows Foundation was founded on 3 September 1992, by Fred Hollows shortly before he died. Hollows was an eye doctor, a skilled surgeon and a social justice activist. Hollows was committed improving the health of Indigenous Australians and to reducing the cost of eye health care and treatment in developing countries. Fred’s widow, Gabi Hollows, ensured that the work done in the Northern Territory would continue through The Foundation.
Northern Territory General Practice Education
Northern Territory General Practice Education (NTGPE) is the innovative provider of quality general practice training and an active collaborator in the provision of general medical education in Australia’s Northern Territory.
As a key contributor to leadership in national and international models for general medical education, especially for remote and Aboriginal communities, NTGPE aspires to be ethical and socially just in all activities, whilst providing a flexible, supportive and culturally aware learning environment.
Darwin Buffaloes Football Club now participates in the Amart Sports Community Kickbacks Program. Under this program, our Club can earn 5% of your purchases at Amart Sports as instore credit to spend on your sports program.
All you need to do is join Team Amart, select our Club from the list of participating groups and swipe your loyalty card every time you make a purchase at Amart Sports. You’ll receive access to great member prices and other initiatives and our Club will receive a 5% credit