Postal Address: PO Box 400, Gulgong NSW 2852

2016 – 17 Chamber Officer Bearers

  • President: William Murphy
  • Vice President: Peter Willis
  • Treasurer: Rowena Ellis
  • Secretary: Cathy Henderson
  • Executive Committee Member: Adam Rowe
  • Executive Committee Member: Rebecca Woods
  • Executive Committee Member: Brad Brown

Contact the Chamber President at and the Chamber Secretary at
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Chamber Mission Statement – “The Chamber supports the promotion and strengthening of Gulgong Business and Community, with assistance to local Chamber members and community organisations and their events throughout the year.”

Current 2016-17 Chamber membership –  79 members

Business Member benefits include but are not limited to:

Business listing on the Gulgong Chamber of Commerce website

Link between Chamber website to Chamber members’ websites and/or Facebook page

Discounted advertising in the Chamber Gulgong Gossip Magazine

Discounted advertising on the annual Gulgong Community Calendar

Member benefits from organizations that Gulgong Chamber of Commerce is a member of (i.e. MRTI, NSW Business Chamber, Henry Lawson Society and Gulgong Pioneer Museum)

Member discounts on various business related seminars and courses

Participation in Gulgong Chamber of Commerce projects and campaigns

2016 CHAMBER sponsorship/donations
$500 Sponsorship 2016 Prince of Wales Eisteddfod

$200 Sponsorship of Emerging Written Poetry Awards – Henry Lawson Heritage Festival

$2500 Sponsorship 2016 Henry Lawson Heritage Festival

$500 Sponsorship 2016 Gulgong Gold Cup Race

$2000 Sponsorship 2016 Gulgong Chinese Gold Festival

$500 Sponsorship 2016 Camel Races at the Community Fair & Family Fun Day – Gulgong Turf Club

Chamber of Commerce International History
Source: International Chamber of Commerce website

The long history of the Chamber movement can be traced back to 1599 when the term “Chamber of Commerce” appeared first in Marseille, France.

Moving beyond individual interest to that of a collective group, the establishment of Chambers provided merchants, traders, craftsmen and industrialists a public forum to discuss issues facing them, as a business community. This representation of common interest became and remains the foundation of Chambers of Commerce worldwide.

Today, Chambers of Commerce exists in almost every country of the world and is as diverse in name as the business communities they represent. No longer are Chambers of “commerce” and “industry”, chambers also describe themselves as representing “manufacturers”, “Entrepreneurship”, “Training”, “shipping”, “commodity exchanges”, “agriculture”, etc. to help reflect the communities they serve.