About Us

​The Goondiwindi district lies in the South West Darling Downs region of Queensland, Australia.  The Goondiwindi Chamber of Commerce represents the interests of all those in business within the Goondiwindi region.  The area contains a wide range of different types and sizes of business, with a heavy emphasis on farm production, service and retail industries.

​History of the Area

Commerce has been central in the history of the Goondiwindi region since its beginnings, being proclaimed as a municipality on 20 October 1888.  The town boundaries have not altered to this day, and before Federation served as a vital border crossing between New South Wales and Queensland.

​The Goondiwindi Chamber of Commerce.

The Goondiwindi Chamber of Commerce is not your average business organisation.  The Goondiwindi Region has its own unique feel and special demands that are reflected in the business community.

Since its inception in 2009, the Chamber has played a leading role in representing the needs of local business operators.  The Chamber knows the constant tensions between local governments, commercial needs and residents.  The practical experience and combined skills of our members, add up to an organistaion that is best placed to represent local people and their businesses.

Mission Statement

  • To ensure that Goondiwindi and surrounding districts remain a premier business district in Queensland;

  • To be the preferred voice for and on behalf of the business community in the Goondiwindi and districts area;

  • To support and encourage all members through advice, networking and advocacy;

  • To foster and promote good business practice and commerce citizenship.

The Vision

  • Promotion of the area as a major trade, commerce and industry area;

  • Protection of the lawful rights and interests of the commercial and industrial community in Goondiwindi and nearby districts;

  • Participation in the community life of the area and expression of the views and the interests of the commercial and industrial community;

  • Development of relations of economic co-operation with other regions of Queensland;

  • Presentation of a united voice in resolving issues relating to the business area.