About the Port Lincoln Chamber of Commerce

Elected Committee 2019

Chairperson: Jack Ritchie, Sevenseas Creative
Vice chairperson: Sharni-Marie Barney, Forj Marketing
Secretary: TBA
Minute Secretary: Anne Marie Hammond, Career Employment Group
Council Representative: Valerie Staunton, Port Lincoln City Council
Treasurer: Tim Kidney, Bendigo Bank

Publicity and Promotions: Sharni-Marie Barney, Forj Marketing

 Public Officer: Jed Carson, RSM Australia

Committee: – Andrew Foster – Local Liquid, Rob Watson – Doug Watsons Menswear, Sue Scott – Boston Bean Coffee, Simone Bertram, Andrea Broadfoot – Seven Seas Creative, Helen Delapparelle

Members of the Chamber are welcome to attend monthly meetings – please advise of your plan to attend with an email to info@portlincolnchamber.com.au


The Port Lincoln Chamber of Commerce and Tourism is a not for profit association of members that exists to support local business and tourism in Port Lincoln and surrounding districts.


We are involved in a variety of areas supporting local business and tourism activities. A brief outline of our objectives is:


1)            Promote and advance business in the City and surrounding districts and the interests of Businesses;

2)            Engage in and conduct promotional programs, publicity, special events, decoration, cooperative advertising and other joint endeavours for the benefit of Members and in the public interest;

3)            Promote street scaping and beautification of the City;

4)            Promote the development of adequate car parking and other forms of public infrastructure;

5)            Promote high standards of service by Members; and

6)            Engage with Local, State and Federal Government on matters relating to business in the City and surrounding districts.


We empower business through a range of services to members

  • Promote business excellence through annual awards
  • Provide networking opportunities for members
  • Liaise with Local Government and Advocate with State and Federal Government on matters relating to business in Port Lincoln
  • Collaborate on Tourism marketing initiatives including the coordination, production and distribution of the Port Lincoln Visitor Guide
  • Identify and promote business and tourism training opportunities and needs
  • Communicate latest industry news and trends

Meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 7pm in the Mortlock or Flinders Room at the Port Lincoln Hotel