April Business After Hours 

Bio Diverse Solutions, The Denmark Visitor Centre and The Lake House, welcomed Denmark Chamber members to the April Business After hours.

Volunteer Coordinators Ali Walmsley, Karen Cussons and the team of enthusiastic volunteers at Denmark Visitor Centre have been offering a valuable information service to visitors to our town since December and this is set to continue for another few months. Ali and Karen spoke highly of the team and of the knowledge of the area they have all gained from working at the centre. New volunteers are always welcome and no prior knowledge of the town is necessary as training is provided. So if you are new to town don’t let that put you off.

Kath Kinnear founded Bio Diverse Solutions in 2009 and the business very quickly became busy and grew rapidly. Bio Diverse Solutions now employs 12 staff and has offices in Denmark, Albany and Esperance. Bio Diverse Solutions work all along the South Coast region. The team can help find solutions to environmental problems with specialists in many fields including hydrology, botany and bushfire management. Members of the team were on hand at the Business After Hours to answer questions about the many different environmental challenges that arise and how they meet these challenges.

Thank you to The Lake House, Denmark for providing the wine. Prize winners of a bottle of wine each were Ranee Wilson and Jason Benson.


Kath Kinnear and Jeannette McCartney




Roberto Prieto, David Stockdale and Geoff Bowley


Ali Walmsley and Gwen Hyatt


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The Denmark Chamber of Commerce is a not for profit enterprise supporting small business in the Shire of Denmark