“As one of the fastest growing regional business communities in Australia, the Central Coast requires strong support to ensure long term prosperity.”
- Ken Baker, President,
Central Coast Regional Advisory Council
The Central Coast NSW Business Chamber provides a
voice for Central Coast businesses. We lobby governments and
authorities at local, state and federal levels to create a better
As the region’s representation for the NSW Business Chamber, our team provides hands-on assistance to identify your workplace challenges and help you sustain and grow your business.
From assistance with OHS and IR compliance matters, to marketing and international trade support, we have the solutions to drive growth at every stage of your business lifecycle.
Find out our how we're assisting you at regional level by viewing our recent media releases.
Your local team on the Central Coast
Based at Tuggerah, The Central Coast NSW Business Chamber is always happy to assist members and Central Coast businesses.
Business Solutions Consultant
Mick Van Dartel
Event Coordinator/Account Manager
Unit 8.3 Zenith Centre, 6 Reliance Drive, Tuggerah NSW 2259
(02) 4353 0763
(02) 4353 0752
Contact us online
Your Regional Advisory Council
The Central Coast Regional Advisory Council (RAC) initiates and facilitates innovative projects and programs that improve and sustain business performance on the Central Coast.
The Council acts as an advisory body to the NSW Business Chamber Council, and the Board of Directors and Management of NSW Business Chamber, championing policy issues for the region, as well as matters relating to membership and the promotion and development of the Central Coast.
The RAC consists of the following Central Coast business people:
Ken Baker (President)
Frank Sammut (Vice President)
Rod Dever (Vice President)
For more information and to register for our upcoming events, visit our Events calendar.
The Central Coast NSW Business Chamber has taken the pledge to be a ‘Supportive Employer’ with Defence Reserves Support (DRS).
By signing the pledge, the Central Coast NSW Business Chamber agrees to the aims and objectives of DRS which embraces a supportive position for any employee that chooses to become involved as a voluntary member of the Australian Defence services.
We have also agreed to pass relevant collateral onto business members to enlighten them to employer benefits as well as the character building opportunities for their staff.