New business in Brewarrina


Trish Frail at the Thulii Ngemba Aboriginal café in Bathurst Street Brewarrina. Photo contributed


Brewarrina’s local economy is off to a good start this year, with grant funding opening new jobs, good weather seeing crop returns and a sense of optimism in the community.

It’s a good time to launch a new business, and that’s just what Trish Frail and her daughter Charlee-Sue have done.

Trish is a well-known Brewarrina identity who for the past ten years has harboured ambitions to open her own business.

This month, the Thulii Ngemba Aboriginal cafe opened its doors in premises on Trish’s property in Bathurst Street.

For years, she pondered what to do with the old shop sitting on the block. A stint in Perth saw her take up business studies and when she returned to Brewarrina several years ago, she knew she wanted her own business.


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