• Spring Bay sailing


Welcome to the Orford Triabunna Chamber of Commerce Web Pages

Our Region

The Orford Triabunna Chamber of Commerce region covers the area of the wonderful East Coast of Tasmania from BucklandOrfordTriabunna to Little Swanport.

The region abounds with beautiful beaches, historic sites, magnificent views, rewarding walks, and includes the iconic World Heritage listed Maria Island National Park.

The Orford Triabunna Chamber of Commerce region has a population of approximately 1,900 according to the latest Census.

What is Happening in our Community – Calendar of Meetings & Community Events

You can check out the Calendar on this page (bottom of Page), for both Chamber Events and other Regional Events happening in our Community. Just click on the Date for the details.
Also, you can see this page for OTCC Meeting Details.

About Us & Membership

For more details about the Chamber and how to join, see here.


Free Wi-Fi Service for visitors to Area

There is a free Wi-Fi service, an initiative of East Coast Regional Tourism for visitors to the East Coast and covers:

  •  Buckland – Buckland Roadhouse
  •  Orford – The Esplanade Orford (near the Gateway Café and Scorchers)
  •  Triabunna – The Esplanade Triabunna (near the Visitor Information Centre)


Latest News from OTCC

  • Next Meeting of OTCC

  • The next General Meeting of OTCC will be Thursday 30th March at Spring Bay Hotel, 1 Charles St, Triabunna, from 6.30pm. Visitors and prospective Members most welcome to come along.
  • Latest newsletter Chamber Chat
  • PDF Can be downloaded from here.
  • Tassal Development of Okehampton Lease

  • OTCC has put to Tassal a series of Questions raised by our members in regard to the Okehampton marine lease proposed development. Tassal have replied to our Questions in the attached document, and we thank Tassal for making this a public document so that our local community can be informed of Tassal's position.

    Please download the pdf document here

    For further information see Tassal Web Pages.
  • OTCC Submission to Tasmanian Government on Maria Island:

  • OTCC President Michael Fama recently met with Tasmanian State Government Minister Matthew Groom to discuss and provided a submission about planned improvements for visitors to Maria Island, including a covered ticketing area with information and food available, ferry design, transport on island, handicap access, shelter, toilets, interpretation, facilities, eco-accommodation.

    Download a copy of the Submission here.
  • Triabunna wins Australia's Tidy Town Award

  • See details here.

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