We are very grateful to our sponsors for their continued support for our event.
Without their ongoing committment, we could not create our wonderful community event. Thank you.
Quantum Underwriting Agencies (Quantum) is proud to be a sponsor for the Dardanup Arts Spectacular. As we specialise in a wide range of fine art insurances, supporting our local community to celebrate the artistic talents of the many independent and emerging artists in our area is close to our hearts. Quantum has grown to become the largest independent specialist Jewellery, Fine Art and Specie Underwriting Agency in the Southern Hemisphere. Our aim is to provide our brokers with market-leading products delivered with friendly, efficient and professional service. We cover everything from masterpieces to fragile sculptures, with variable or flexible basis of evaluation available. Quantum Underwriting Jewellers Block Insurance covers retailers, wholesalers, manufacturers and producers from small family artisan jewellers right up to multinationals.
We underwrite on behalf of Lloyd’s and London market insurers with A rating or better.
JW Cross Maintenance is a family run business that has been in the Bunbury region since 1968. They have become a trusted, reliable and community-consious company supplying some of WA’s major resource and government bodies.
We’d like to take this opportunity to thank JW Cross & Maintenance for their support of our event.
DAD Realty is based in Australind and works throughout Bunbury and the Southwest region. Co Founders Andrew Spokes and Darryl Helms, have been in business together since 1999 and have strong local knowledge.
They are honoured to be entrusted with your biggest and single most important asset and to work with you to realise your property aspirations.
Thank you to the Shire of Dardanup without whom this event could not happen.
‘The Shire of Dardanup is delighted to offer its support to the Dardanup Arts Spectacular. Community events like this are a valuable tool for the development of culture, creativity and innovation within smaller communities such as Dardanup.
Many thanks to the SW Times for their ongoing support in promoting our event.