COVID 19 – Resources, links, support

Message from the Chamber

We are full steam ahead and with these rapidly changing circumstances due to the impact of COVID 19, It is affecting numerous businesses.

It is exactly at times like this that we all need to stick together and stay connected and engaged.

Our bricks and mortar office is again open, please hand sanitise to keep us all safe prior to entering.

Our office number is (08) 9734 4817  Our operational hours are still Mon – Fri,  9am til 3pm.

  • Chamber gift vouchers can still be purchased or redeemed by posting to 13 Forrest St Collie, emailing us at or popping into the office
  • You can pop into the office, call or email in regards to either the hardcopy 2020/21 Collie Business and Telephone Directory or the online version.

This is an ever-changing situation that is affecting us all, however we are all in this together.


CCCI recommends that we all follow public authority guidelines and advice to continue operations and want you to know we are doing everything that we can to ensure our members are informed and supported.

I encourage you to contact us with your business information in this current environment as we have the means to market this to the Collie Community. Tag us in your Facebook posts, email us your new operation hours, ring us if you need support or can’t find out information. We are here for you.

We will continue to share updated information via our website, newsletters and social media and via our various communication channels and encourage you to share these with your staff.

Information on the stimulus packages

If you need help deciphering the small business stimulus information. Call the Small Business Development Corporation on 13 31 40 or (08) 6552 3300. They will have an advisor to help you. Their office is open 8.30am – 4.30pm Monday to Friday.

Click here for information on the small business stimulus packages . You can get a break down of the stimulus packages available by contacting the Advisors at the SBDC.

Survey Request

RCCIWA Covid 19 Impact Survey 3.

The RCCIWA fifth COVID-19 Regional Impact Survey is now open.

We will continue conducting this survey every 3 to 4 weeks so we can gain a continuing understanding of the economic impacts of COVID 19 on our regional businesses.

By having this ongoing timely data, we are able to gauge the changing impacts on our regional businesses as well as identify issues not being addressed.

e are sharing the data collected with government departments and agencies from all three tiers, and the information is being utilised to help form polices and actions to minimise the negative economic impact this pandemic is having.

The survey results and data collected is being widely distributed and referred to. Please continue to share and encourage your members to complete this survey, even if they have completed a previous one – they are being listened to and their views do matter.

We now have over 140 different Government contacts and departments who are requesting this data and it is being referred to widely. Survey 2 and Survey 3  and Survey 4 reports here for your information.