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Finley Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture Inc.
Finley has the biggest retail and service centre in the Berrigan Shire, and Finley Chamber of Commerce Industry & Agriculture Inc. is very proud of the excellent service that Finley businesses offer.
Businesses are locally owned and staffed, and offer good old fashioned country service with a smile, only too happy to promote their businesses and the town as a whole.
Up to 100 businesses support Chamber in its endeavours to promote Finley, making it one of the biggest chambers in the Southern Riverina.
Finley is a tourist destination, on the crossroads of two major highways — the Newell and Riverina Highways — with its large retail sector and attractions like Finley Lake, Log Cabin Museum and Railway Station, and all the parks and gardens making it a great place for surrounding townspeople and travellers to stop and enjoy.
Shopping opportunities include clothing, shoes, gifts, stationery, pharmaceuticals, electrical and furniture, hardware, veterinary and farming supplies, as well as a well stocked supermarket and butcheries.
Coffee shops, the bakery, cafes, hotel and clubs offer great food and drinks.
There’s also a range of professional services in the town, banks, accountants, solicitors, electricians, plumbers and more.
Finley is home to many larger businesses that supply goods and services to a far wider area including wholesale food, grain storage and shipping, machinery and transport companies.
Finley is also lucky enough to have two doctor surgeries and two dental clinics, as well as lots of other health, fitness and medical facilities for young and old.
Finley Chamber is the organisation in Finley which promotes and covers all Finley Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture Inc.
Finley Chamber is the organisation in Finley which promotes and covers all aspects of business and the community of Finley.
Community issues such as town beautification, parks and gardens, roads and traffic, health and schooling go hand in hand with a successful business sector.
The latest chamber campaign has been to work with the Roads & Maritime Services and the Berrigan Shire Council on improving the safety of the Murray Street pedestrian crossing.
Other projects chamber wishes to pursue include establishing a music and PA system for the main CBD, and obtaining more banners for the newly constructed flag tracks on the Newell Highway.
Chamber’s ‘Finley for the Future’ forum is continuing with improving all aspects of Finley.
The new Arts, Culture & Heritage subcommittee are hoping to work towards opening up the Heritage Railway station again and for Silo Artwork to be done.
Talks have recommenced about a Rail Trail connecting Tocumwal through Finley to Berrigan. Ideas and input from the community are always welcome.
Finley is a very attractive town for young families, as well as older, and Chamber would like to see more attractions for the younger families.
■ The new Finley Chamber of Commerce committee (from left) John Lacy, Jodie Ciccolini, Kim McCaw, Tiarna Giddings, Gary Carr, Karen Lane, James Bennett, Susan Hill, Aschleigh Perring, Anne and Syd Dudley and Carol Kennedy. Absent: Chris Kelly, Rick Shaw, Cathy Close.