Why use an island finance broker?

The Ministry for Fun is guided by Adieu Financial's Managing Director and former Mayor of Innisfail, Bill Wight. Bill has lived on Coochiemudlo Island for over 7 years, so he knows and deeply understands the island community.

Having worked in the financial industry for more than three decades, Bill knows how to get things done – which is why he’s an asset to the Ministry for Fun team and the community initiatives facilitated by the group.

Bill was a driving force in the successful Pirate Island event hosted at Coochiemudlo Island. Pirate Island was a day of pirate-themed games, activities and role-playing for kids which brought a crowd of visitors to the island several times a year.  Bill was also instrumental in establishing Coochiemudlo Island’s highly acclaimed ANZAC day service working in collaboration with Doug Cope and the Redlands RSL.

Bill is heavily engaged in the community, and through his work with The Ministry of Fun, he strives to create opportunities that support Coochiemudlo Island locals.

We're local, too!

In addition to facilitating and supporting community initiatives, Adieu Financial is on a mission to provide an island-friendly lending experience for locals to ensure the Coochiemudlo Island community are no longer left behind when it comes to borrowing.


Our team is group of talented, experienced and financially savvy individuals who know how to get things done.

 

And best of all – we’re local, too!

The Ministry for Fun

Accessibility

Unlike the big banks, you're not just a number to us. You can email, text or call us anytime and we will usually respond to you within 15 minutes.

Understanding

We live and love local. We're experts in island living and finance brokerage.

Transparency

We keep you updated with progress every step along the way.

Affordable

You don't pay us a single cent! We are paid by your chosen lender.

Knowledgeable

Using our experience and expertise, we look at your personal circumstances and find the best product to suit your needs.