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Lake Eucumbene

Chamber of Commerce (Inc.)

ABN 34 892 647 464 - INC9880093

Morning mist in AdaminabyThe Lake Eucumbene Chamber of Commerce was established at a public meeting in December 2002 and since then it has worked hard to foster business and economic development throughout the area. The Chamber believes that active business and social policies lead to economic development, and that a healthy business and community environment are intertwined. The area it services is north and north-east of Lake Eucumbene in a 20 km radius centred around Adaminaby.


  1. Wed. 15th July 2015
    Peter Hendy MP, our Federal member for Eden-Monaro, will be in Adaminaby
    to meet with local business owners and constituents:

    • 10.30am  street walk to meet the local businesses;
    • 11.30am 'Listening Post' to meet the locals;
      where: small dining room of the Snow Goose Hotel
    • 1.30pm visit the Adaminaby Snowy Scheme Museum

    Federal Government $100M MOBILE PHONE BLACKSPOT Program:

    Eden-Monaro's Federal member, Dr. Peter Hendy, has announced that funding from Round 1 has been secured to  build a tower at Anglers Reach to provide mobile coverage around Lake Eucumbene.  The LECC is delighted to hear that a tower is also to be built at Dalgety. 
    In February 2014, working with the Snowy River Shire Council,  the LECC submitted a detailed submission to the Federal Department of Communications to address blackspot issues in the Lake Eucumbene region as did the Anglers Reach and Old Adaminaby Progress Association.  It will be of great benefit to all businesses situated around the Lake that this has been achieved and the Chamber is delighted with this result.
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  3. FREE membership for Chamber members of the NSW Business Chamber's Chamber Alliance Program:

    As part of the LECC"s new Small Business Outreach Program, the Executive Committee recently initiated a meeting  with  the representative of the Capital Far South Region of the NSW Business Chamber.  The complex issues facing small businesses in the Snowy Mountains were discussed and the Executive is delighted to announce that these are some of the benefits now available to LECC members:

    • Free calls to the NSW Business Chamber's business support hotline;
    • 3 free calls to NSW Chamber for legal, industrial relations or marketing advice;
    • Business information and document templates, via member login to the NSW Chamber website:
    • Optional free NRMA Business Motoring affiliate membership: advice on vehicle purchases & maintenance, plus discounts on many NRMA services;
    • Energy offers: market-leading energy rates through the Better Energy Manager Program.

    Read more about the benefits. Each Chamber member will receive an email on how to access them.
    You can also visit the NSW Business Chamber website to find out more about how it can help your business, and about the NRMA Business Motoring membership offer.
    These benefits are available to all LECC members at no cost, and at minimal cost to our Chamber.

  4. Jane Reid:
    Members of the Chamber are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Jane on April 25th.  She gave unstintingly of her time and effort and played a pivotal role in the Chamber.   
    a. Jane and her husband's business was located at Adaminaby's Kennedy Airfield and they joined the Chamber in early 2008;
    b. In October 2008 Jane was elected Chairman.  During that time she worked tirelessly to involve local businesses and community organizations with the Chamber;
    c. In March 2010 Jane stepped down as Chairman and took on the role of Secretary.  She continued in that role until Sept. 2013;
    d. From 2010 she served as Chair and SecretJane Reid in front of the Big Trout at Adaminaby ary of 'The Friends of the Fish' Committee, a sub-committee of the Chamber.  The Committee' s role was to find the funds for the renovation of Adaminaby's  iconic 'Big Trout' and also raise awareness of the importance of the 'Big Trout' for the businesses of this area.
    She succeeded admirably and was instrumental in raising a total of $52K for this Project.  The rejuvenated 'Big Trout' was officially unveiled on Sat. 2nd November 2013.
    The Chamber extends its condolences to her family and will miss Jane's cheerfulness and her commitment to community service.

  5. 2015 Initiatives:
    a. Developing a Small Business Outreach Program that addresses the specific issues confronting the small/micro businesses of the Adaminaby - Lake Eucumbene region;
    b. Updating the LECC's June 2010  'Adaminaby Economic Action Plan';
    c. Website: continued improvement and development;
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    d. Increasing membership of local businesses.

  6. Meetings:
    a. Annual General Meeting was held on Wed. 21st January.
    b. Meeting held on Wed. 22nd April in the small dining room of the Snow Goose Hotel:
      i) 5.00pm short General Business meeting - members only:
      ii) 5.30 pm local small business owners were invited. The guest speaker was Neil Thew, EO of Tourism Snowy Mountains.  He spoke about TSM and its 2015-16 campaign featuring FLY FISHING. 

2014 Projects:

  1. Meetings: 29/01/14; 05/04/14; 27/07/14;
  2. Website Redevelopment:
    • A local web developer contracted to to combine visitadaminaby.com.au and eucumbenechamber.org.au sites to create a new mobile/tablet friendly website for the Lake Eucumbene - Adaminaby region.
    • The new website to be wide reaching, efficient tool for local business members to distribute information, as well as a source of information for tourists and visitors to the area.
    • Sub-committee meetings: 08/03/14; 03/04/14; 14/05/14; 12/06/14; 24/09/14.

  3. Detailed submission sent in February to Federal Department of Communications for Mobile Coverage Program stage 2: $20 million Mobile Black Spots Project in consultation with Snowy River Shire Council.

2012-13 Projects:

  1. $52K in total raised by 'Big Trout' subcommittee for Big Trout restoration.  This included $31K from public donations, $11K from NSW Government and $10K from Snowy River Shire Council;
  2. $26K funding gained by 'Heritage Trail' subcommittee.  This subcommittee set up signed trail with explanatory brochure in Adaminaby with additional signage in Old Adaminaby and Anglers Reach.
  3. Official Event on Sat. 02/11/2013 when refurbished 'Big Trout' re-opened and new Heritage Trails opened.  Official guests included state members of parliament, Snowy River Shire Council's Mayor and the chair of Tourism Snowy Mountains.

Read about the Chamber's achievements since 2002 - over $300K of funding for local projects. The Chamber has worked hard to bring these benefits to the Adaminaby - Lake Eucumbene region.

All local businesses are encouraged to join the Chamber and work together to help our businesses, our local economy and our future.

Contact details:
Lake Eucumbene Chamber of Commerce (Inc.)
c/- The Secretary,
2 Lett Street,
Adaminaby NSW 2629

Email us: info@eucumbenechamber.org.au