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WA HomeStay and Quipmo Sign Commercial Partnership


Quipmo and Western Australian startup – WA Homestay, have today announced a strategic partnership which will make travel in WA even more amazing!

This partnership is a significant step for both businesses, increasing market reach and penetration for each business right across Western Australia.  WA Homestay has properties listed around the state and this partnership provides a great opportunity for WA Homestay guests. Having easy access to great adventure gear will allow guests to get the most out of their holidays in beautiful WA!

Amanda Walker’s love for Western Australia and experience as a holiday home owner, led to her founding WA HomeStay…


Surfing New Zealand

Surfing New Zealand is the official National Sporting Organisation promoting the sport of surfing. The organisation’s vision is to enrich Kiwi lives through the positive development and enjoyment of surfing and its purpose to build a better surfing future for the New Zealand surfing community and athletes.

Surfing New Zealand and Quipmo announce partnership to get more people surfing in New Zealand!

 Surfing New Zealand and Quipmo are going to get more people surfing in NZ! Whether it’s offering boards for people adventuring through NZ, SUPs to explore NZ’s stunning coastline, or families chasing boards for the kids whilst on holidays or whether it’s giving access to the latest gear releases through demonstration models – this partnership will get more people in the water and more people passionate about surfing in NZ!  


Disabled Wintersport Australia

Now in its 40th year, DWA provides winter adaptive services and equipment across 5 major Alpine Resorts. With over 1,100 members nationwide, DWA is an accredited National Sporting organisation (NSO) and State Sporting Organisation (SSO) as well as registered NDIS provider and operates specialist accommodation in Jindabyne at a new facility at Howmans Gap Falls Creek. DWA is are the Australian experts in Winter Alpine adaptive activities.

Partnership Agreement – It’s a perfect fit for Disabled Wintersport Australia and Quipmo!

When two organisations share a common mission to improve people’s lives through experiencing adaptive sports & activities, everybody wins!

DWA CEO Rick Coate said “DWA is incredibly pleased to partner with Quipmo, whose values and culture align perfectly with DWA’s. We are excited about the potential to provide access to adaptive equipment for people of all abilities throughout Australia’s Alpine.  Our team of staff and some 250 volunteer Guides have been delivering safe and dignified experiences in the unique Alpine areas of Australia for over 40 years.”


Cycling New Zealand

Established in 2003 Cycling New Zealand is the national sporting federation, and embraces all things cycling – all cycling codes and participation and competition at all levels.  Cycling New Zealand works closely with national bike and cycling organisations including BMX NZ, Cycling New Zealand Road & Track, Mountain Bike NZ and Cycling New Zealand Schools.

Cycling New Zealand recognises the need to provide long-term direction for the sport.
In collaboration with cycling and commercial partners, central and local government, Cycling New Zealand provides the strategic framework for continued growth and success in cycling – continuing to increase participation, driving health and social benefits through cycling, and driving high performance outcomes and success on the global stage.


Bicycle South Australia

Bicycle SA advocates on behalf of recreational, commuter and touring cyclists throughout South Australia. We support cycling for recreation, for transport, health and the environment, as well as travel and fun.

Our work this year will see 8,000 primary school children across the state taught to ride safely, we will deliver multiple one-day community rides and multi-day tours, ongoing investments in mountain biking as well as representing the interests of our 6,000 members.


Canoeing South Africa

As paddlers across the country return to the water to train and compete, Canoeing South Africa has signed a commercial deal with Quipmo to make it easier for locals and travelling paddlers of all abilities to get access to great canoes and equipment.

The idea behind the partnership is to grow the paddling community in South Africa by giving more people access to equipment at good rates. It gives both shops and individuals the opportunity to make money through the leasing out of equipment that they already own.
Quipmo and Canoeing South Africa have plans to get more people paddling and to substantially improve access to gear in South Africa.
Whether it’s at the grassroots and getting kids to try a canoe on holidays or whether it’s giving access to the latest gear releases through demonstration models, this partnership intends to get more people onto the water and passionate about paddling.