Community Support

Joyce Krane Australia is a community minded business that has been participating in the act of ‘giving back’ to the local community for over forty years. From those early days in the late seventies when Mick Joyce first began sponsoring local sporting groups and community events, to today, Joyce Krane Australia continues the family tradition of supporting and helping the local community.

“Being born and raised in Karratha I know the importance of helping our local community and we are pleased to carry on helping out those in need when we can. It’s very important to me and my family that as the City of Karratha grows those old traditions like FeNaCLNG and the Fire Brigade Christmas lolly run carry on into future generations.”
James Joyce General Manager

To this day Joyce Krane Australia and its employees continue to donate equipment and manpower to the emergency services helping to clean up after cyclones and severe environmental events.

Joyce Krane Australia are also locally active developing indigenous initiatives that will help educate and train young local indigenous youths so they can gain valuable local work experience.

Nor West Jockey Club, Roebourne More

The Nor West Jockey Club, Roebourne first raced in Cossack in 1867 under WATC rules. The 1890’s saw a boom in Pilbara thoroughbred racing due mainly to local businessmen breeding their local stock horses with thoroughbreds from England and Ireland. Many of the Roebourne horses successfully raced in

King Bay Game Fishing Club More

The annual ‘Dampier Classic’ hosted every year by the King Bay Game Fishing Club is one of Australia’s premier fishing events and people have come from all around the world to participate.

Nickol Bay Speedway Club More

The Nickol Bay Speedway Club first raced in 1974, holding its first race under lights in 1975. Over the years some of the best competitors in Australia have raced motorbikes and sprint cars at Nickol Bay.

ST John Ambulance Karratha More

St John Ambulance would like to take a moment to recognize one of our devout supporters in the community, Joyce Krane.

St Paul’s Catholic Church Karratha More

Established in 1974, St Paul's Catholic Church has spiritual and social significance for the City of Karratha community. It has long been associated with the settlement and growth of Karratha as a town providing a place for Catholic worship and remains a well known land mark in the ever changing

Karratha Volunteer Fire Brigade More

Joyce Krane recently received a ‘Certificate of Appreciation’ from the Karratha Volunteer Fire Brigade in recognition of their commitment to pay the annual running costs of the KVFBS Coaster Bus and old Bedford Fire Truck (the one used on the Xmas Lolly Run) for the next five years.

City of Karratha Aerial Angels More

Recently Joyce Krane sponsored the ‘City of Karratha’ Aerial Angels event which was held at Wickham Oval. A crane was supplied with cables to allow the aerial artists to perform.

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