How we get involved

Tomaree Business Chamber is always engaging in local projects that enrich our local community.

We love to see our hometown flourish!

Keeping this in mind, our dedicated personnel are constantly engaging in new projects and developing fresh ideas.

Take a look at the following section to learn a bit more about our current endeavours.

If you have any comments or concerns regarding our various projects please get in touch.

OPINION PEICE – The Future of Tertiary Education on the Tomaree Peninsular by Peter Clough

It is so important that our community has access to adequate Tertiary Education. A recent study by the Regional Expert Advisory Group commissioned by the Federal Government, indicated that Regional Australian residents are around 40% less likely to gain a higher level tertiary education qualification and less than half as likely to gain a Batchelor…

Calls for collaboration with new $7 million Nelson Bay Connected Learning Centre plan

ARTICLE Copied from Port Stephens Examiner 27 June 2019 Since it was first announced in February as a major state government election pledge, the $7 million Nelson Bay TAFE campus – later revealed to be a Connected Learning Centre (CLC) – has been shrouded in controversy. Five months on and the promised CLC remains a…

Proposed Tertiary Education Facilities on the Tomaree Peninsula

Brief for research into the viability and the creation of a business case for the establishment of a tertiary education facility in Nelson Bay. This facility it to have the capacity to meet the current and future needs of the key industries on the Tomaree Peninsula. Conduct research into existing Secondary and Tertiary Facilities on…

Tomaree Headland Port Stephens Community Vision March 2019

Presentation to Parliament on the Tomaree Headland Project Week ending 7th June 2019 The Hon. TAYLOR MARTIN (15:13):I bring to the attention of the House the Friends of Tomaree Headland, a community‑led organisation that is based in Port Stephens. The Friends of Tomaree Headland includes as participating groups Tomaree Business Chamber, Nelson Bay RSL Sub-Branch,…

Nelson Bay Civic Pride Group

A New Initiative Nelson Bay Civic Pride Group Enquiries and interested Volunteers please email your comments with the reference “Civic Pride” to us at admin@tomareebusinesschamber.com.au Download [0.96 MB] Download [220.63 KB] Download [233.59 KB] Update 20 December 2018 We have the replaced Garden in Stockton Street. There are newly painted seats by PSC outside Homebody.…

Nelson Bay Now Group

Nelson Bay Now Group The Tomaree Business Chamber facilitate the formation of the Nelson Bay Now Group. This group represents entities and individuals who have a vested interest in the future of Nelson Bay CBD and Foreshore. The group will provide a united and cohesive voice concerning matters of common interest. The groups are Tomaree…

Yacaaba Street Extension 2018

Background Council resolved to extend the road pavement from Yacaaba Street, through 106 and 108 Magnus Street, to join to the existing roundabout on Victoria Parade with funding for the works approved in the 2017/18 budget. The project is outlined in Council’s Strategic Asset Management Plan and funding was allocated by Council at a cost…

Apex Park Master Plan 2015