Multhana Property Services - Landscaping and professional cleaning - Leigh

Pictured: More than just a cleaning job, Leigh (second from right) has made lifelong friends with her fellow employees and clients.

For Multhana’s site cleaner, Leigh, finding out about the business’ Indigenous roots during her job application was a welcome surprise. While initially unaware of Multhana’s ethos and mission of increasing Indigenous employment across Southeast Queensland, Leigh is very proud to be part of the business.

Growing up northeast of Sydney near Bundjalung National Park, Leigh and her family have recently looked into their family history. Her mum’s side is from Butchulla country in K’gari (Fraser Island), and her dad’s side is from Gumbaynggirr in Bundjalung Country.

In addition to holding a Certificate in Business Management and having worked as a teacher’s aid, Leigh has worked within the Indigenous community in the Glass House Mountains and in Kabi Kabi (Gubbi Gubbi) country.

Working with mob

Leigh works across two sites in Caboolture (Fulton Hogan and Blue Care) and has previously worked on the Cross River Rail project during the peak COVID-19 period in 2021. “I did some shifts at the North Portal of the Cross River Rail, it was a good experience and a different environment working on a big site. They were pretty welcoming” says Leigh.

Her dedication and commitment to her role have been recognised by her colleagues and manager, with Operations Manager Cam saying, “Leigh is such a wonderful worker and has gone above and beyond to help maintain the site for our client.”

Beyond cleaning 

While cleaning isn’t a long-term goal for Leigh – she is currently continuing her studies in accounting after putting the course on hold for family and work – working for Multhana is a positive experience she thoroughly enjoys.

I work with a great team and my supervisors are awesome. I have met some really nice people, and made life-long friends with clients and other Multhana employees,” she shares.

The company is family-oriented and accommodating, and there are no barriers to attending my personal duties and maintaining cultural connections.

Multhana is proud to support Leigh in her professional and personal goals, including her passion for photography. In her spare time, Leigh enjoys landscape photography and capturing images of rustic old farms, buildings, and people.

Follow Leigh on Instagram at @leigh_1871 to see her beautiful work.

Multhana Property Services - Landscaping and professional cleaning

Pictured: Leigh (right) loves working with her Supervisor, Amy (left)

As one of the largest Indigenous commercial cleaning businesses in Queensland, Multhana are proud to support Leigh and the wider Indigenous community.

For more information about how Multhana can support Indigenous engagement within your business, please contact us at

Native title awarded to Bundjalung Nation

In late April 2021 the Bandjalang people (of the Bundjalung Nation) had further recognition of their native title rights in New South Wales by the Federal Court. Convening at Evans Head, the native title determination recognised 52 areas of land as belonging to the Bundjalung Nation, stemming from two claims registered in 2016 and 2019. The 7.2 square kilometre area includes a bora ring near Coraki. Find out more about the historic event here (please note this story contains references to a deceased person).