Shire of Goomalling

Business opportunities in Goomalling

Do you want to buy, start or promote a business in Goomalling? Or get help and advice to start and operate your own business? Then check out these opportunities.

Business opportunities in Goomalling

Buy a business


IGA Express Supermarket and Residence

Centrally located. The hard work has been done by current owners who made this a well presented and profitable business. Being the dominant supplier of groceries, dairy, frozen products, meat lines along with Newspapers and Lottery, the business is well supported by locals and services some surrounding districts. More information through Statewide Business Brokers, contact Wayne Cooper, Principal, 0407 997 777 or (08) 9586 3509.

Light industrial lots for sale

Two vacant light industrial lots (5,972sqm and 2,962sqm) with power and water are available in Goomalling, close to the main road to Dowerin. They would be ideal for any type of small industrial or rural business.

For more information please visit or call Phil Becker on 0412 578 429.

Start a new business


Entrepreneurs, artists, professionals, tradespeople and more - Goomalling wants you!

Business opportunities are just one of the good reasons to move to Goomalling.

Health and fitness professionals - there are premises and opportunities for practising in Goomalling.

Teleworkers/eTailers - Goomalling's townsite and many rural properties have good Internet speeds, so you can work from home and enjoy the country lifestyle and community.

Caterers/foodies - there are a range of commercial kitchen facilities in Goomalling.

Part timers - professionals, design, trades, admin, hospitality and more - there are part time opportunities in Goomalling and nearby towns, as well as fulltime jobs.

Artists - Goomalling has a growing number of musicians, visual artists and writers (including author Rachael Johns).

Entrepreneurs - dream up ways to add value to Goomalling's local resources:

  • wool, wheat, barley, lupins, canola, oats, sheep, cows, pigs, chooks, turkeys, sandalwood, bush tucker, salt, samphire, native timber, clay, rocks, and
  • our heritage, skills of local people, our environment, agritourism potential, a range of commercial premises. 

Contact Andrea Hardingham, Community Development Officer at the Shire of Goomalling, on 9629 1101 or to talk about your ideas.

Get business help and advice Learn about starting and operating a small business in WA at the Small Business Development Corporation website (or at, the SBDC website for inspiring and informing entrepreneurs aged 18-25 years).

Discuss your business finances at the Goomalling and Districts Community Bank Branch (Bendigo Bank) - they are keen to help local entrepreneurs.

Learn about managing and seeking business finances on the free online resource page 'Business Finances Topic' on It covers topics such as bookkeeping systems, reports, finance protection, business plan, loan application and refusal and more.

Touch base with Andrea Hardingham, Community Development Officer at the Shire of Goomalling, who can help you get in touch with people and organisations to help you get your business going.
9629 1101 or

Promote your business Advertise your business, product or service at (free for Goomalling residents). You can submit a news article about your business for publication on the Shire of Goomalling website too.
Email or ring 9629 1101 with your business' details and/or news article.

Write an article about your business for Goomalling's local fortnightly newspaper the Endeavour, or advertise in it for a small fee.
Email or ring 9629 1570 for details.

List your business in Goomalling's local telephone directory produced by our Community Resource Centre.
Email or ring 9629 1570 for details.

Advertise in the Central Wheatbelt Directory which covers Wyalkatchem, Dowerin and Goomalling.
Contact Rural Press Directories on 9622 5500 or for details.

Farmers and their families can register their skills with Solum at for casual or contract, full or part time work in the wheatbelt (including from home) with employers looking for skills ranging from journalism to law, building, mining, horticulture, research, as well as customer service, hospitality, admin, payroll, marketing, public relations, science, events management, teaching, book keeping, banking, child care, community service, youth work, project officers and general farm skills. Contact Judy Jefferys on 0438 965 940 or for details.