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WELCOME TO TRIODIA AUSTRALIA

Leaders in workplace productivity and employee safety.
Proudly supporting Aboriginal community development.

RAIL | MINING | CIVIL | ELECTRICAL

100% Aboriginal
Owned & Operated

CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE

Our extensive construction and maintenance capabilities, along with our emerging electrical service offering, we are trusted by leading names in the rail, mining and civil sectors. With remote area expertise, including in-house Flashbutt Weld technology, you can count on Triodia to get the job done.

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Civil Maintenance & Construction

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Light Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance

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Labour Hire & Recruitment

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Indigenous Training & Employment

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Equipment Hire & Supply

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Flashbutt Weld Technology

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Shutdown & Planned Maintenance

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SUPPORTING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Ryan Gordon

Director
Ryan Gordon

Director
Terry Gordon

Directors, Terry Gordon and Ryan Gordon, are proud descendants of the Great Victorian desert people, the Mantjintjarra people, and trace family connections to Ngadju country too.

Triodia is committed to supporting community development in the areas in which we operate. This includes a successful trainee and apprenticeship program in the Great Victorian Desert and Goldfields regions, providing work experience opportunities for local Aboriginal communities.

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THE STORY BEHIND THE TRIODIA NAME

In tribal language, the spinifex or Triodia bush is called Awilura – pronounced A-wil-u-ra.

Spinifex is the dominant vegetation across our traditional country. Spinifex is also known as the Triodia plant.

The Gordon family belong to Pila Nguru people of the Great Victoria Desert in WA. The Pila Nguru are often referred to as the ‘Spinifex people’.

Our tribes are connected to the Pilki, Ngala and Mantjintjarra people, and our family traces right back through Anangu country (pronounced as arn-ung-oo), home to Uluru.

Traditionally, the Triodia plant is an important resource and survival asset. Its sticky resin was used as a powerful adhesive for tools and shelter.

Tough and adaptable, Triodia survives long periods without rain.

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