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Meet our MBCA Members


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.

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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 <

  • 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. 

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