Chamber of Commerce

The Rottnest Island Chamber of Commerce Inc. (RICC) represents the commercial interests of the businesses that operate on or in connection with the Island. These include the ferries, accommodation, entertainments, shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as the maintenance and supply services. The Chamber supports the responsible development of Rottnest Island in ways that preserve the pristine beauty and the cultural heritage of the Class A Reserve for generations to come.

Originally established in 1997 as the ‘Rottnest Island Business Community’, the members voted in December 2013 to change its name to the ‘Rottnest Island Chamber of Commerce Inc.’ (aka RICC), as a better reflection of the association’s objectives

The Chamber is committed to developing a deeper engagement with decision-makers, tourism bodies and enterprises to achieve its strategic objectives. These centre on enhancing visitor experience and increasing visitor numbers, in sustainable ways, for the benefit of all.

You can read the Chambers Rules of Association here. Download RICC_RulesOfAssociation_revisedDec2014

Membership

A voluntary, representative executive committee leads the membership of around 25 businesses.

Membership of the Association is open to the Rottnest Island Authority, all Rottnest lessees, all boat companies, barge operators, airlines landing on Rottnest and any other party deemed appropriate by the Committee. A person who wishes to become a member shall apply for membership to the Committee in writing.

Benefits of Membership

  • Regular communications
  • Representation to RIA and other stakeholders
  • Breakfast Club talks
  • Networking events, such as Business After Dark

The Executive Committee

  • Chairman: Glenn Evans, The Lane Café, Simmo’s Rottnest
  • Executive Member: Greg Brindle, Rottnest Island General Store / Geordie Bay Store / Indianic
  • Executive Member: Glenn Gaynor, Rottnest Express
  • Executive Member: Garry Gosatti, Hotel Rottnest
  • Executive Member: Michael Sier, Pelagic Marine Services
  • Executive Member: Deb Carr, Rottnest Fast Ferries
  • Executive Member: Adam Barnard, Adams

Members

Over 25 businesses serve visitors to Rottnest Island, see below:

Membership of the Association is open to the Rottnest Island Authority, all Rottnest lessees, all boat companies, barge operators, airlines landing on Rottnest and any other party deemed appropriate by the Executive Committee. A person who wishes to become a member shall apply for membership to the Committee in writing.

 

Contact RICC

Glenn Evans: chairman@ricc.org.au
Post: PO Box 515 Cottesloe WA 6911
Email: admin@ricc.org.au
Website: www.ricc.org.au