The Orford Triabunna Chamber of Commerce region comprises Buckland, Orford, Triabunna and Little Swanport on the wonderful East Coast of Tasmania. 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.
The Orford Triabunna Chamber of Commerce is a not for profit organisation and has a volunteer Executive Committee.
The Chamber promotes business connections with a community focus. Our aim is to promote and encourage local business, community and Government (Local, State and Federal) to work together to build successful business partnerships.
We operate in an open, transparent, collaborative, respectful & forward thinking manner. Through alliances, partnerships, conversations and communication we aim to work together, share knowledge and have a positive approach to achieve outcomes for our community.
Members utilise the Chamber to network, stay up to date on local issues and learn business skills from each other. Often provided at little or no cost, educational and self-development opportunities are also provided through workshops, business mentoring, seminars and regular guest speakers.
The Chamber is constantly working to increase the awareness amongst our region’s residents and visitors, of the attractions and goods and services available thus promoting our region as a desirable place in which to live and work, and to visit.
You do not have to be a resident of our region to become a Member for example if you base your business in our region on a regular basis (eg a plumber or electrician who carries out work in our region each month) you are welcome to make application.
We have a very strong Chamber with currently around 70 Members. Members range from individuals (who have an interest in our region’s growth and economy) to not for profit organisations (who represent their own members) to employers (who employ local people), the OTCC effectively represent half the population of our region.
If you are any of the following we invite you to complete the Membership Application Form to register your interest.
- – a local business
- – a not for profit organisation
- – an individual interested in our regions’ growth and economy
Regular networking and dinner meetings are held. These provide informative and business enhancement opportunities through meeting and networking with fellow members. General Meetings of Members are held approx. every 6 weeks, or more frequently as required. Please see this page for Meeting Details, also you can click on our calendar and select Chamber Events.
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