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    • Business Swap Shop
      An online portal www.bswapshop.com that supports a system of exchange specifically for microbusiness owners whose cash flow has been severely impacted by the COVID-19 crisis; where businesses directly exchange goods and services without using the medium of money, as in the early days of commerce. COMMUNITY - COMMERCE - COLLABORATION
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    • Green Leaves CBD Side Effects
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    • Join the Dots (SW)

      Building Community & Capability

      The Joining the Dots program provides a regional learning and development culture where people are provided with an opportunity to share stories of how they are developing the capability of their community, be willing to learn from others and share ideas. Joining the Dots builds business capability and competitiveness over a 12-month period.  The program is aimed at supporting business growth by equipping participants to go after State Government contracts or apply for grants. Associated Courses:
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    • Oxybreath Pro
      OxyBreath Pro could be the veil that was present to offering guard against unmistakable issues together with airborne diseases and standard particles and air contamination.Perceive how OxyBreath Pro can get you far from infections and microbes, similar to the well known crown infection that has been alarming when all is said in done.Click Here https://www.streetinsider.com/SI+Newswire/OxyBreath+Pro+Mask+Reviews+from+UK%2C+USA%2C+Australia%2C+Canada/16571496.html
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    • South West Business Women Connect
      South West Business Women Connect directory is for members. It provides an affordable way to showcase local goods and services offered by local business women in regional Western Australia. Please note that the owners of this directory do not endorse any of the businesses, products or services listed or advertised.
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    • Cowaramup Retailers Association
      Cowaramup Retailers’ Association – The purpose of the association is… “PROMOTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MEMBER BUSINESSES OF THE COWARAMUP RETAILERS’ ASSOCIATION.” Members are Retail Business falling within the Cowaramup Suburb Boundary (as defined by the official Shire Town Boundaries). The association is active in contributing to community and businesses through organising the Cow Rally, the annual Deja Moo and supporting the Easter and Christmas Fairs. The association liaises with and supports other community groups. The association liaises with the Augusta Margaret River Shire on certain issues relating to the commercial and industrial areas of town that relate to infrastructure, security and development of the town.
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    • Albany Business Centre
      Albany Enterprise Group Incorporated is the organisation behind both the Albany Business Centre and the Small Business Centre Great Southern. We are a not for profit organisation that is run by a dedicated staff and volunteer board. We specialise in helping new business, existing business, home based business and online businesses based in Albany and the Great Southern region of Western Australia.
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    • Regional Development Australia South West
      Regional Development Australia (RDA) is a nationwide initiative of the Commonwealth Government. RDA-South West is one of 55 offices working with State and Local Government for the betterment of regional Australia and providing a framework for reporting regional issues to Canberra as well as providing information to the region. RDA-SW is committed to working in the best interests of the region, employing strategies and pursuing goals identified through the SW Blueprint. Each year RDA-SW establishes a plan of activities, agreed with the Commonwealth. Budgets are set for major items but some provision for flexibility is made so the organisation can respond to emerging need and opportunities which are commonplace as government policy changes are implemented from time to time.
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    • Pemberton Visitor Centre
      Pemberton was announced the winner for towns under 5,000 people in the GWN Top Tourism Town Award category as well the winner of Community Engagement.
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    • Northcliffe Visitor Centre
      Northcliffe Visitor Centre is located in the heart of Northcliffe on the corner of Wheatley Coast Road and Muirillup Roads. We provide entry tickets for the world class multi-arts walk trail, Understory, National Park passes and TransWA bus ticketing. Visit us for information on local attractions, current flora and fauna hotspots, 4WD track conditions, accommodation and tours. EFTPOS and credit card facilities are available and a gift shop provides local fauna and flora publications as well as maps and craft items.
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    • Nannup
      The Shire of Nannup was founded in 1834. It covers an area of 2,953 square km and embraces the town and localities of Nannup, Donnelly River, Bidelia, Carlotta, Cundinup, Scott River, Lake Jasper, Darradup and Barrabup.
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    • Nannup
      The Shire of Nannup was founded in 1834. It covers an area of 2,953 square km and embraces the town and localities of Nannup, Donnelly River, Bidelia, Carlotta, Cundinup, Scott River, Lake Jasper, Darradup and Barrabup.
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    • Manjimup Visitor Centre
      Surrounded by lush pastures and some of the most productive soils in Australia, Manjimup is fast becoming known as the Food Bowl of WA. A diverse range of high quality produce surrounded by a pristine environment makes Manjimup a must do on anyone’s culinary bucket list.
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    • Harvey Visitor Centre
      Harvey Visitor Centre has a dynamic and friendly attitude, to reflect a Harvey WA lifestyle we are happy to share. The Harvey Visitor Centre is a place to breathe deeply and relax, surrounded by the best that nature has to offer. Harvey Accommodation can accommodate 1860 people with comforts to please everyone.
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    • Ferguson Valley
      The Ferguson Valley was best known to the locals who live there as the hidden gem of the Southwest. The sprawling, rolling hills, with trans-seasonal appeal, the golden glow of the valley as the summer sun sets and vibrant, lush greens of winter define a collective local understanding that what we have is magical. To our visitors, it has been likened to the curves and bends of Tuscany, the serenity of the untouched countryside, with the added gustatory delights of the local terroir. Those who live, and breathe the Ferguson are quietly proud of our local artists, producers and fresh, sunkissed produce.
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    • Great Southern Wine Producers Association
      The Great Southern Wine Producers Association began in 1973 with the objective of promoting the excellence of Great Southern wines to the public on a regional, national and international level. The Great Southern continues to develop an enviable reputation for producing premium, cool climate wines.
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    • Pemberton Wine Region Association
      Pemberton has the cool climate and the superb rich soils that enable the growing of award winning wines. Most of the wineries and vineyards in Pemberton are open on daily basis offering the visitor tastings.
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    • Blackwood Valley Wine Industry Association
      The Blackwood Valley Wine Industry Association represents grape growers and wine producers within the picturesque Blackwood Valley Region, located between the Margaret River Wine Region and the Great Southern Wine Region in the southwest of WA. The region includes the historic settlements of Boyup Brook, Bridgetown, Greenbushes, Balingup and Nannup and the beautiful Blackwood River.
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    • Margaret River Wines
      The Margaret River Wine Association (MRWA) is the peak body for Margaret River grape growers and winemakers. It was established in the late 1970’s as the Margaret River Grape Growers and Winemakers Association and was incorporated in 1982. The MRWA is an independent, non-profit organisation, financed by its members and additional funding sourced from corporate members, sponsorship and grants. MRWA has more than 165 industry members and 50 associated Grape Grower and Commercial members.
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    • Collie River Valley
      Today Collie is a modern thriving community of approximately 9500 residents. It’s large enough to offer all the services expected of a regional centre, but small enough to retain its country charm and hospitality – It is a warm and friendly community surrounded by forests, rivers and lakes.
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    • Geographe Wine Association
      Filled with boutique wineries established by passionate local artisans, Geographe vignerons have utilised the expertise and plantings of the most prestigious global wine regions to handcraft wines that are fast gaining popularity, recognition and national accolades.
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    • Peel Wine Association
      The Peel Wine Association (PWA) is progressing forward at a rapid rate and with the support of local businesses, members of the Peel Wine Association are working to build the profile of their wine region to promote all that the area has to offer.
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    • Bunbury Geographe Region
      Uncover Bunbury Geographe, in Australia's South West. Bunbury, a vibrant seaside port city undergoing an audacious renaissance scene, massive event calendar, and an ever-growing collection of independent boutiques, small bars and produce-driven cafes. Only minutes away are the green pastures, vineyards, undulating hills (and a mountain), fertile valleys and quaint towns of the Geographe region.
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    • Swan Valley Winemakers Association
      Mission Statement To represent, support and assist winemakers of the Swan Valley by showcasing the regions premium wines to the public and in consultation with key stakeholders of the region.
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    • Southern Forests Food
      The Southern Forests Food Council represents local producers who live and work in what is Western Australia’s premier food bowl, aiming to ultimately establish the Southern Forests as an internationally recognised food producing region.
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    • Small Business Development Corporation
      The Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC) provides free advice to small business in Western Australia and advocates on behalf of the sector. We are an independent statutory authority, established in 1984 under the Small Business Development Corporation Act 1983.
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    • Walpole Nornalup Tourism Association
      Walpole Western Australia, is surrounded by the Walpole-Nornalup National Park and the Walpole-Nornalup Inlet System. There is so much to see and explore in the Walpole region.
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    • Business Advisory South West & Peel
      Business Local is a FREE service funded by the Western Australian State Government for small businesses in the South West and Peel regions. Whether you are thinking about starting up your own business or have already taken steps along the path towards making your dream business a reality, we’re here to help you. If you have an existing business which you want to grow, or if you are thinking about passing your business on to someone else, we’re here to help you.​
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    • South West CCI
      The South West Chambers is a regional organisation of the Chamber of Commerce movement in the South West Region. Each of the member Chambers of Commerce have equal representation of four members each on the Management Committee of the South West Chambers. All decisions are made by consensus to ensure that the interests of each of our member Chambers are protected and to ensure that the South West Chambers can speak confidently as the united voice of business in the South West.
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    • Regional CCI WA
      The Regional Chambers of Commerce and Industry of WA (RCCIWA) is a not-for-profit member driven organisation made up of individual regional Chambers and Business Associations all over this state. With 41 regional Chambers and Business Associations as members representing over 7000 member businesses, RCCIWA ensures that business communities in regional WA are connected to each other and are being heard by those who make the decisions. Our role is to promote, develop and support all regional Chambers and Business Associations, provide a voice for business in regional WA and act as a conduit for information and advocacy.
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    • Agristart
      AgriStart is uniquely positioned to connect disparate parts of the Australian agtech sector to foster growth and innovation through facilitated collaboration, training and mentoring. Our staff have a wealth of knowledge in agricultural research, innovation leadership, research commercialisation, strategic business growth, export pathways, entrepreneurship, investor readiness, marketing and communications.
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    • Creative Corner
      Creative Corner Inc is the peak body for the creative sector in the South West region of WA connecting people, businesses, services and events with each other and with opportunities within and outside the region. Incorporated as a not-for-profit since 2012 the Creative Corner works to support and grow the local creative sector and position the South West as internationally recognised region of excellence in creativity and innovation attracting and retaining people in a sustainable local economy.
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    • Donnybrook Regional Tourism Association
      We aim to promote the development of a thriving tourism industry by promoting, creating and supporting events that showcase the fine food and wine that comes from this region, and other local attractions.
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    • Bunbury-Geographe Economic Alliance
      The Bunbury Geographe Economic Alliance (BGEA) is a unique partnership encompassing community leadership through the six local governments of the Bunbury Wellington sub-region, industry leadership in the resources, energy, transport, engineering, construction, water supply, timber processing, telecommunications, education, consulting and accounting sectors, and the regional leadership of the South West Development Commission.
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    • South West Development Commission
      The South West Development Commission is part of the West Australian Government. Our aim is to make the South West region an even better place to live, work and invest. We do so by partnering with communities, government, business and industry to identify and support projects that benefit the region. Developing the region's economy and improving quality of life are key areas of focus.
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    • South West Science Council
      The South West Science Council highlights the value of science and innovation and their application for regional benefit. This is done through partnerships with industry, schools, universities, technical institutions, government departments and adult education.
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    • Business South West
      We understand the ins and the outs of every stage in the lifecycle of a small business. Whether you’re aiming to activate your dream business or enhance your current one – you’ll get timely targeted help from our expert team of business development advisors.
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    • Bridgetown Greenbush Business and Tourism Association
      As the voice of tourism and commerce in Bridgetown and Greenbushes, through events that attract people to the area and by advocating on behalf of business needs, the BGBTA seeks to foster a successful and sustainable business environment that enables the entire community to enjoy a positive and progressive future with a truly healthy social fabric.
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    • Shire of Nannup
      The Shire of Nannup is a local government area in the South West region of Western Australia, approximately 280 kilometres south of the state capital, Perth and 60 kilometres southeast of the coastal resort town of Busselton.
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    • Shire of Manjimup
      The Shire of Manjimup is a local government area in the South West region of Western Australia, about 320 kilometres south of the state capital, Perth. The Shire covers an area of 7,027 square kilometres, and its seat of government is the town of Manjimup.
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    • Shire of Harvey
      The Shire of Harvey is a local government area of Western Australia. It is located in the state's South West region, approximately 140 km south of Perth, and includes some of Bunbury's northern suburbs. The shire covers an area of 1,728 km² and had a population of approximately 26,500 as at the 2016 Census.
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    • Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup
      The Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup is a local government area in the South West region of Western Australia, about 35 kilometres southeast of Bunbury and about 220 kilometres south of the state capital, Perth.
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    • Shire of Dardanup
      The Shire of Dardanup is a local government area in the South West region of Western Australia, immediately to the east and southeast of the city of Bunbury and about 180 kilometres south of the state capital, Perth.
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    • Shire of Collie
      The Shire of Collie is a local government area in the South West region of Western Australia, about 60 kilometres east of Bunbury and about 200 kilometres south of the state capital, Perth. The Shire covers an area of 1,711 square kilometres, and its seat of government is the town of Collie.
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    • Shire of Capel
      The Shire of Capel is a local government area in the South West region of Western Australia, taking in the land between the cities of Bunbury and Busselton about 200 kilometres south of the state capital, Perth. The Shire covers an area of 557.6 square kilometres, and its seat of government is the town of Capel.
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    • Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes
      The Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes is a local government area in the South West region of Western Australia, about 80 kilometres southeast of Bunbury and about 260 kilometres south of the state capital, Perth. The Shire covers an area of 1,340 square kilometres, and its seat of government is the town of Bridgetown.
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