Jul 062014

The Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to representing the interests of Mullumbimby’s businesses and community organisations.

Phone: (02) 6684 2127
Email: info@mullumbimby.org.au
Website: http://www.mullumbimby.org.au

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11 months ago

For those wishing to receive a refund for Chinny charge, email timing wizard ( who emailed you receipt for payment )those who can’t find it it’s tony@timingwizard.com.au ... See MoreSee Less

11 months ago

Back in 1908, the Harvison family donated the land for the Mullumbimby Showground to the Mullumbimby Agricultural Society.
In 2019 George & Rupert Harvison's niece, Annette Simpson, was invited to unveil a new memorial plaque remounted on the gates at the entrance to the Mullumbimby Showground.
The gates were constructed in 1986 in memory of George and Rupert Harvison and their generosity to our Community.

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11 months ago

Great video on ARA website about Business pages on Facebook and Instagram. Well worth a look!! ... See MoreSee Less

12 months ago

Go Local. Shop Local. Bridglands Betta Home Living Mullumbimby ... See MoreSee Less

12 months ago


Tweed MP, Geoff Provest said many cancer patients are missing out on vital medical treatment due to Queensland's new coronavirus restrictions.

He said the hard border lock-down is preventing patients from travelling to Brisbane hospitals for chemotherapy.

Mr Provest said he's seeking an exemption from the Queensland Government to allow a 16 year old cancer patient to travel to Brisbane to receive his treatment.

"The problem with his treatment is there is a program and if you miss a treatment and then you go back to square one," he said.

"We're asking the Queensland Government at this point in time to show some compassion.

"There are a number of cancer sufferers here in the Tweed that seek services over the border and the new restrictions were put in place without any fine detail."
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12 months ago

Don’t forget chamber meeting tonight via zoom . Members, you would have been emailed the link ... See MoreSee Less

Don’t forget chamber meeting tonight via zoom . Members, you would have been emailed the link
12 months ago

As members and visitors are no doubt aware, the Coronavirus pandemic has significantly impacted our community.

Clubs across Australia, have been forced to implement a raft of changes to address health and safety issues.

Since reopened on 1 June after nine weeks of closure, management and staff have worked tirelessly to ensure compliance with an everchanging set of rules and regulations that impact our operating environment and procedures.

So when you walk into your Club and you roll your eyes because you have to stop to sanitize your hands, give your details and contact number, please remember, we are just doing our jobs to try stay open for YOU. Don't be that person who has to be constantly told to keep seated and frustrate the staff for doing their job!

The government has put in these restrictions and we MUST follow them in order to stop any spread in clubs and pubs, so we don't once again loose our jobs and you can enjoy a cold schooner with your mates.

✅ Limited group numbers,
✅ Keeping 1.5 meter distancing,
✅ No mingling,
✅ Chairs and furniture not to be moved from allocated areas

Please refrain from visiting the club
🛑 if you have been unwell or have symptoms of COVID-19
🛑 if you have recently visited Victoria or any other NSW health declared COVID-19 hotspots
🛑 if you have been told to self-isolate because of recent overseas travel or contact with a person with a positive COVID-19 result

For more information on COVID-19, please go to www.health.nsw.gov.au

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12 months ago

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12 months ago

Timeline PhotosCorona Update from the Mullumbimby Hire Team...... 💕☀️

After much deliberation and with a heavy heart, we have made the hard decision to start cutting back our opening hours again....

We are really feeling the impacts of the virus and this potential second wave is certainly scaring us! We feel this is the most appropriate move for ourselves while things are so slow.

💥 From Monday 3rd August we will be open: 730am - 430pm weekdays and 8am - 12pm Saturday. 💥
I will provide updates if these hours decrease further.

We are still trading for Pools 🏊‍♀️ Tools 🛠 and Parties 🎈And very much hope to see you all soon! 🙂💓
We Thankyou all for support and feel extremely greatful to live and work in such a community-minded town! 🏡

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