Creative Mullumbimby launches Sculpture Walk

Mark Saturday, 30 April in your calendar because Creative Mullumbimby will be launching the Mullumbimby Sculpture Walk and the first gateway sculpture “Enter Here”.

The event will kick off at 10am at the Scout Hall.


  • 10am: Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce Pick Up Sticks Tournament & Scouts Rope Bridge Demonstration
  • 10:30am: Song Dynasty Choir
  • 11am: Official Opening by Mayor Simon Richardson

Food by Santos Trading and coffee will be available.


Chamber launches Shop Local campaign

The Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce Shop Local campaign has now begun.

From 24 November until 29 December, spend $20 at any of the local sixty participating stores and you will go in the draw to receive one of thirty $100 vouchers to spend at a local participating store.

Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce president Obi McDonald-Saint says the campaign is about giving back to the community and stimulating the local economy.

“Last year, we had a fantastic response to the campaign with more than 5,000 entries collected from local shoppers,” Obi says.

“Thanks to the generosity of the Echo and the support of local businesses, we were able to giveaway $3,000 to shoppers, which is a great start to the festive season.”

Each of the five weeks of the campaign, five lucky winners will be drawn to win a $100 shopping voucher. And, ten winners will be drawn in the fifth week.

The campaign will be promoted in the Echo, Echonetdaily, on Bay FM, NBN TV and via the Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce’s website.

For more information, visit the Shop Local 2015 page.

Chamber launches Shop Local campaign

Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with Echo Publications today launches the Mullumbimby Shop Local Campaign.

The campaign, which goes until 23 December, will see $3,000 given away in vouchers to the community.

Simply spend $20 minimum at any of the participating stores and you will receive an entry form. Fill out your entry form, attach your receipt or have the store stamp your entry form, and drop the entry form at one of the boxes located at the Newsagency, Stewart’s Menswear or Santos.

Each Tuesday of the campaign at 12pm out the front of the Newsagency, 5 winners will be drawn except for the final week when 10 winners will be drawn. Each winner will receive a $100 voucher to spend at a participating store.

The winners will be announced on the Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce website, in the Echo newspaper, and will receive a notification by phone or email.

Please note: Vouchers must be spent by 31 March 2015 and cannot be spent at more than one store. Winners draws are final.

Participating Stores

  •  Allure Mullumbimby
  • Amore Mullumbimby
  • Bookshop Mullumbimby
  • Bridglands Furniture & Electrical
  • Brunswick Valley Door Centre
  • Building Partnerships
  • Buon Appetito
  • Byron Bay Pork and Meats
  • Chemsave Pharmacy Mullum
  • Chincogan Mechanical
  • Chincogan Store
  • Commercial Hotel (Middle Pub)
  • Court House Mullumbimby
  • Craig Watson Soul Pattinson
  • Crystal Castle
  • Devine Quality Meats
  • Dolphin Office Choice
  • Edens Landing
  • Global Web Pack
  • Hooked & Cooked
  • IGA Mullumbimby
  • Izakaya Yu
  • Jacqueline Smith
  • James Hardware
  • Japunumop
  • Milk & Honey
  • Mudita Institute
  • Mullum Heads
  • Mullum Instyle
  •  Mullum Mac
  • Mullum Music Festival
  • Mullum Power Tools
  • Mullumbimby Bakery
  • Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club
  • Mullumbimby Hire & Sales
  • Mullumbimby Medical Centre
  • Mullumbimby Newsagency
  • Mullumbimby Rural Co-op
  • Mullumbimby Tyres
  • Mullumbimby Vet Clinic
  • Phoenix Mens Clothing
  • Punch & Daisy
  • Reclaimed in Mullum
  • Rock n Roll Cafe
  • Sanctuary of Illumination
  • Santos Organics
  • Shanti Town
  • Simply Sheer Hair and Beauty
  • Son of Drum
  • Source Bulk Foods
  • Spice it Up Thai Restaurant
  • Stewarts Menswear
  • Sue M’s Boutique
  • Sunshine Alley
  • Tinker Tailor Dancer Trader
  • Tony Carsburg Motors
  • Tursa Employment & Training
  • Wards Landscape


Mullum Chamber launches new website

Mullum-Chamber-of-Commerce-Logo9Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce has been working hard to build a website that not only represents the business interests of the community but also actively promotes business growth within the community.

The website aims to promote local business by maintaining an online directory of Mullumbimby businesses, which will feature contact details, trading hours, a Google map with the location of the business as well as an image gallery of the products each business sells.

In conjunction with the launch of the website, the Chamber has planned a number of events to help draw more people to Mullumbimby and put the biggest little town in Australia on the map.