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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Cobargo Tourist and Business Association “Celebrate Cobargo” Initiative

The hardworking committee of Cobargo Tourist and Business Association (CTBA) have started an exciting initiative with a series of activities under the “Celebrate Cobargo” banner.

CTBA is a not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers as a business chamber representing business and communities of Cobargo, Quaama and district. Their vision is a strong local economy with appropriate development and a united community making the district a desirable place to live, visit and work.

The purpose of the Celebrate Cobargo initiative is to promote community engagement to align efforts and investments with a common vision to increase social and economic wellbeing in the region. This initiative will greatly support the recovery process following the Black Summer bushfires and the current Covid pandemic.

Activities coming up include:

Celebrate Cobargo – Main Street community celebration event on the evening of 25/2/2022

Business Directory – Local business directory where businesses and organisations can list for free

Strategic Planning - Community engagement and strategic planning to create a vision and action plan

CTBA are also planning further activities under the Celebrate Cobargo banner including a “buy local reward program”

CTBA appreciate the support through funding of these activities from:

· Cobargo Bushfire Recovery Fund

· NSW Government’s Festival of Place – Summer Night Fund

· Bushfire Community Recovery and Resilience Fund project through the joint Commonwealth/State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements

· Bega Valley Shire Business Forum

For more information on the Celebrate Cobargo activities go to or contact Beth Dogan president of Cobargo Tourist and Business Association 0428 696 623.

Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Bruce Billson with Beth Dogan president of the Cobargo Tourist and Business Association, launching the Celebrate Cobargo initiative in Cobargo on 17/02/2022.

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