The Chamber has a full schedule of events designed with our diverse member-base in mind.
As well as its core functions and monthly meetings, The Coffs Harbour Chamber of Commerce is a vital part of the local community at large, initiating and supporting a host of annual events for the public, designed to increase awareness and participation in the community of Coffs Harbour.
The Coffs Harbour Chamber of Commerce organises special programs for Chamber members including the Golf Tournament, Monthly Membership Breakfasts, Business awards and other events.
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Come and celebrate Valentines Day with a luncheon and meet the Sydney Swans! A presentation not to be missed! The Sydney swans will be presenting on: Change and Transition in Leadership in the workplace Leadership Development - how to get the most out of your people Strategic planning and implementation The Rise of Women in AFL Find out more about the Swans and what's in store for 2018! Venue: Opal Cove Resort Cost: $49:00 include…Find out more »
Even though she's only 29 years of age, Rebecca Artis can be considered a veteran of professional golf. For the past eight years Artis has been plying her trade on the Ladies European Tour but this year she has an exciting new challenge ahead of her. After finishing fourth at the LPGA's Q-School qualifying school in Florida in Florida, the girl from Coonabarabran who now lives on the Gold Coast will be one of eight Australians on the LPGA Tour…Find out more »
The Women’s NSW Open will return to the ALPG calendar for the first time since 2015 and will be contested at Coffs Harbour Golf Club, boasting immaculately manicured fairways and greens, in a beautiful natural setting. The field will include the some of the best professionals and amateurs from Australia, Europe, Asia and the USA. Past winners of the event include Dame Laura Davies (who will again contest the title in 2018), and Lydia Ko, who won the 2012 Women’s…Find out more »
The annual Chamber of Commerce Corporate Golf Day will be held at the beautiful Bonville Golf Resort on Thursday 1 March. Enter a team and be in to win the Chamber of Commerce Perpetual Trophy. this is the Major Trophy of the day. To be eligible to win, the company team entering must be a member of the Chamber of Commerce. Plus plenty of other prizes to be won! The day will commence with a BBQ burger, followed by a shotgun…Find out more »
If you're thinking about doing your first triathlon, one event that is particularly enticing is the Enticer event at the bcu Coffs Tri with a brand new bike up for grabs just for taking part. The Enticer triathlon consists of a 300 metre swim in the harbour, a two-lap 7km cycle out to the southern break wall, and a 2km run, all held around the upgraded Jetty foreshores precinct. The event is aimed at those new to the sport or…Find out more »
We are delighted to invite you to our March Chamber Networking Breakfast with the inspirational, Ben Pettingill. After losing his eyesight, overnight, at the tender age of 16, Ben learnt to not just accept his new situation but to embrace it. In doing so, Ben has completed multiple Spartan Obstacle Course Races, coached a basketball team, water skied the Southern 80, mastered riding a four-wheel motorbike, trekked the Kokoda Track and has perfected the art of life's most mundane tasks…Find out more »
The International Women’s Day Coffs Coast Woman of the Year Award was established to acknowledge the positive contribution of women in the Coffs Coast region. It aims to recognise outstanding women working for the betterment of women and girls in business, education or community. International Women’s Day (IWD) celebrates and acknowledges the achievements of women globally on 8th March each year. The three major women’s groups in Coffs Harbour: the Zonta Club of Coffs Harbour Inc., BPW (Business and Professional…Find out more »
The annual Beachside Radiology Coffs Ocean Swims are celebrating their 21st birthday this year and organisers encourage swimmers of all ages and abilities to come along and join in the special birthday celebrations by taking part in one of the swims on Sunday, April 8, at Coffs Jetty Beach. “If the feedback from the swimmers in last weekend’s triathlon is anything to go by, the conditions in the harbour are currently ideal for swimming, with warm water temps and very…Find out more »
"2018 Federal Budget analysis and Australian Economic Outlook" Steve Southon, from NAB's executive management team will provide a first hand review of the Federal Budget that will be released in Parliament the previous evening plus an update on the Australian economic and financial outlook. what will it mean for business? what will it mean locally and nationally? what's the economic and markets outlook? Steve has been NAB's Chief Tax Officer since March 2013. He has more than 23 years' experience…Find out more »
Are your casuals really casual? ‘Wage theft is a new business model for too many employers’ says Sally McManus, Secretary of the ACTU. Casual workers and independent contractors are at the heart of a bitter national debate fuelled by a revitalised union movement. Employers must contend with flawed workplace legislation, an increasingly litigious workforce, and a hard-nosed regulator (Fair Work Ombudsman) with increased powers to prosecute and punish. The risk to business is escalating. Making up over 20% of our…Find out more »