The Merimbula Town Summit was held on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 February at Merimbula RSL and was hailed as a great success. Over 120 people attended over the 2 days, with a wide cross section of attendees from Community Groups, Property Owners, Local Business owners, Government Agencies and all 3 levels of Government. Summit
The Merimbula Chamber of Commerce is holding a Town Summit in Merimbula to bring together local businesses and key stakeholders to discuss the future of Merimbula. In the context of 2020 and the difficult challenges the town faced, the Chamber wants to support a business-led recovery that sets a framework for long-term resilience, and create
The Essence of Our Merimbula is now officially open for business after a opening party on Monday night, and the first customers walking through the door on Tuesday morning the 1st of December. “It’s been a crazy 3 weeks since we got the keys to the shop” said Merimbula Chamber of Commerce President Nigel Ayling.
Merimbula Chamber of Commerce and Merimbula Tourism welcomes back all of our guests to town. Even if it is your first time visiting, welcome! As you can imagine, 2020 has been a very difficult year for our town. Starting with the Bushfire Emergency in early January, that sent all of our visitors packing, then kept
The Merimbula Chamber of Commerce has been working with a company that are interested in setting up an Aqua Park in Merimbula. Chamber President Nigel Ayling visited the one located in Canberra in January with his family. “I spoke to the park operator Will Yeap, and said a similar park would be great in Merimbula.
The Chamber of Commerce’s collective store, The Essence is set to go ahead in the Old Elders real estate building on Highlands Corner. The lease is currently being drawn up with a planned opening date of December 1st. The store will be opening with six vendors including Kicky Swim – Childrens Clothing and Swimwear Sarineen
Raging Bull Surf are about to open a new store in the centre of town at 39 Market Street Merimbula. They had a temporary store under McDonalds in the lead up to summer last year. Owner Gary Purser said “Nigel from the Chamber of Commerce encouraged us to test the market to see how another
The recent school holidays and October long weekend highlighted a new range of issues facing our towns, the increased demand on our remaining food outlets. In the last 12 months five food outlets have permanently closed in Merimbula including Subway, Hungry’s, Booktique, Waves, and Double Shot. These closures have dramatically decreased the towns ability to
The Chamber of Commerce have been looking at ways to improve the look of the town, by covering some empty shop windows with some impressive images promoting our local attractions and businesses. Chamber President Nigel Ayling says “This could be a real win-win. Ideally this would suit attractions and businesses that have great visual services
We are pleased to advise that some of the work our Streetscape committee requested in our submission to Bega Valley Shire Council last year are beginning to taking place. The following works have commenced and should be completed by mid-November Palmer St Toilet upgrade including upgrade of some internal fixtures and fittings, plus render and