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Whitbread Insurance Brokers has been a trusted insurance and risk advisor to commercial and family businesses since 1978. 

Now part of ASX-listed Steadfast Group, the largest general insurance broker network and the largest underwriting agency group in Australasia, Whitbread today still embodies those same values on which it was founded.  It is these values and a commitment to empowering people, businesses and communities to thrive that has enabled Whitbread to grow to become one of the most respected Australian insurance brokers.  

Today, Whitbread employs over 80 people, across three states.

We believe that insurance isn’t just about protecting the ‘now’.  It’s also about encouraging our clients to see what’s possible, so they can think ahead, plan with certainty and dare to dream.

To plan for tomorrow, you need to be certain that your insurance broker can deliver insurance and risk solutions that align perfectly with your vision.  

Whitbread provides insurance solutions for:

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Part of Steadfast                                                                                                                                                                                          

Whitbread is member of the Steadfast Group, the largest general insurance broker network and group of underwriting agencies in Australasia, with growing operations in Asia and Europe.

The Steadfast Network has over 371 general insurance brokerages in Australasia who receive superior market access, exclusive products and services, backed by the size and scale of the Steadfast Group.

The size and scale of the Steadfast Group means Whitbread offers clients enhanced service capabilities, and expertise often associated with international broking houses, while still maintaining the intimate relationships, client focus and specialist market knowledge of a locally run business.

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