Tasmanian Chamber Alliance

The majority of Tasmanian Chambers of Commerce have joined forces to create a strong, state-wide representative group.

Initiated by the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry the Chambers signed an MOU which will ensure regional Chambers are offering valued and unique services to their members which in turn builds membership.

As the peak business body in the State TCCI believes it is essential that businesses, big and small, around the State are represented by their local Chamber, with access to our Workplace Relations Helpline and to TCCI training and events State-wide.

All financial members of a Chamber Alliance member will receive a Subsidiary* base level (currently Basics) membership of the TCCI. Subsidiary member benefits include:

  • Workplace relations support: two (2) free calls to the TCCI Workplace Relations Helpline; workplace relations consultancy at base member rates.
  • Member rate access to TCCI events and TCCI training.
  • Member rates for  advertising in TCCI newsletters and/or the Tasmanian Business Reporter.
  • Linkages to ACCI and international bodies.
  • Future potential to access overarching ICT solutions.
  • Access to new products and services as available

Members of the Chamber Alliance:



Alan Golley, George Town Chamber; Lorraine Green, Northern Midlands Business Association; Rachel Hodge, West Tamar Chamber; Yvonne Masters, West Tamar Chamber; Leonie Hiscutt, Central Coast Chamber; Maurice Jones, Central Coast Chamber; Kristen Finnigan, TCCI; Eric Mobbs, Devonport Chamber; Michael Bailey, TCCI and Peter Holm, Burnie Chamber


* Disclaimer:
Members who are a member of a regional Chamber, where the Chamber is a financial member of the TCCI Chamber Alliance, are entitled to receive either:
  • The benefit of a base level (Basics) TCCI membership as outlined above; or
  • If they elect to sign up as a TCCI member which is above the base level membership, the cost of a regional Chamber membership (proof of payment will be required) will be deducted from the overall cost of the TCCI membership.  The difference will then be paid by the member to the TCCI. If you are a member of more than one regional Chamber, then the cost of the lesser membership amount only will be deducted. 
Subsidiary members not entitled to stand for the TCCI board, are not entitled to voting rights and do not have Member rights as defined in the TCCI Constitution.