The Chamber of Commerce is here to help business.

The Narrogin Chamber of Commerce (NCC) is a representative body for the businesses of Narrogin and surrounding shires. As a proud member of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) and the Regional Chambers of Commerce and Industry WA (RCCIWA), we are committed to promoting the growth and development of local business and community.

What We Do:

Our purpose is to lead the Narrogin business community through promotion, connection and support. We also seek to provide our members with the opportunity and platform to have their say in the business future of Narrogin and its surrounding areas.

The NCC regularly coordinate marketing promotions involving member businesses (including the highly successful Christmas Shop Local promotion), and host networking and professional development events for our members (such as the quarterly Business After Hours functions).

NCC also produce the annual Narrogin Business and Community Telephone Directory, distributed throughout the Shire of Narrogin and 14 adjacent Local Government Authority areas.

For more information on the NCC member benefits – or to complete a membership application form – please see the Membership page or contact us.

Regional Chambers of Commerce & Industry WA

Did you know that by being a member of the Narrogin Chamber of Commerce, you are also part of a state-wide organisation whose objective is to be the Voice of Regional Business for Western Australia?

The Regional Chambers of Commerce and Industry WA (RCCIWA) is a member driven organisation made up of individual regional Chambers all over this state. With 41 Regional Chambers as members representing over 9000 member businesses, the RCCIWA ensures that business communities in regional WA are being heard by those who make the decisions.

Information sharing, lobbying on common issues, forming strategic business alliances and regional networking means that the Narrogin Chamber of Commerce is supported in every aspect of providing the best business community for its members.

Visit RCCIWA Website