Meet our MBCA Members
Pictured: Two Spoons Coffee House, Millicent Motel, Since Fifty Six, All in Balance.
Cafes & Restaurants
With cosy coffee houses, family friendly pubs, and high quality eateries, the region has an abundance of delicious, fresh food.
The Millicent District has all your accommodation needs - friendly motels, boutique stays, caravan parks in nature and historic hotels.
Everything you could want can be found in our locally-owned stores, from fashion to farm supplies, from gifts to sporting and surfing gear.
Services & Trades
Our members offer a range of services - accounting, auto repairs, cabinet making, construction, hair styling, and even medical services.
The MBCA Committee
The MBCA Committee is comprised of local business owners, employees, sole traders, and community volunteers.
The 2022-2023 Executive Committee is comprised of:
Mark Braes, (Co Chair)
Fiona Telfer, SE Property Sales and Management (Co Chair)
Jo Dean, Teagles Earthmoving (Treasurer)
Lisa Braes, Secretary)
The General Committee is comprised of:
Chris Ellery, Soil Food Web Institute)
Amy Faulkner (E Smart),
Melissa Armfield (The Shearer's Cook Cafe),
Brad Tilley <email@example.com
Caroline Hammat, The Border Watch
Heidi Wesolowski [Millicent Chemist and Giftware
Discover the Millicent District
Clean, green, safe, surprising, and beautiful - that's the Millicent District. It is a place surrounded by nature's splendors, from Canunda National Park to the Tantanooola Caves. The main township and surrounding locales have a rich cultural heritage, with multiple art festivals and sports tournaments held throughout the year. Whether it's a short holiday or sea change, there is no better place to be than Millicent.