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Sydney North

Committed to helping the regional business community, the Sydney North region of the NSW Business Chamber provides hands-on assistance to identify and understand your workplace challenges. Our vast range of products and services can help you to sustain and grow your business. 

We can help your business with:

  • gaining a voice at local, regional, state and federal levels of government and authority, through the lobbying power of the NSW Business Chamber
  • industrial relations matters, including wage rates, penalties and staff issues
  • occupational health & safety compliance
  • keeping you up-to-date with your workplace obligations via educational seminars
  • marketing advice
  • international trade assistance.

Your local representation

The NSW Business Chamber's Sydney North team is always happy to assist members and other regional businesses.

Regional Manager
Eddie Reginato

Local Chamber Relationship Manager
Stacey Randell

Regional Coordinator
Kylie El-Khansa

Office location
140 Arthur St 
North Sydney NSW 2060

Postal address 
Locked Bag 938
North Sydney NSW 2059

(02) 9458 7499

(02) 9458 5007


Your Regional Advisory Council

The Sydney North Regional Advisory Council (RAC) initiates and facilitates innovative projects and programs that improve and sustain business performance in the Sydney North area.

The Council acts as an advisory body to the NSW Business Chamber Council, and the Board of Directors and Management of NSW Business Chamber, championing policy issues for the region, as well as matters relating to membership and the promotion and development of businesses in the region.

What challenges and opportunities face your business? The Council welcomes your feedback.

The local business community members who represent you on the RAC are:

  • Mr Simon Harrop, President
  • Debra Fraser, Vice President
  • Sylvia Kidziak AM
  • Greg Whiteley
  • Anthony Bell
  • Joel Montgomery
  • Mike Reddy
  • Bruce Mackenzie
  • Nola Watson
  • Sam Patrick
  • Andrew Hill
  • Ashley Baldry

Local Chamber Alliance Partners

Australian Armenian Chamber of Commerce - Contact: Rita Lepedjian
Balmain Rozelle Chamber of Commerce Inc - Contact: Stephen Bastian
Chatswood Chamber - Contact: Julie Burgess
Drummoyne Business Chamber Inc - Contact Norelle Seymour
Eastwood Chamber - Contact: Victor Tagg
Epping Chamber of Commerce - Contact: Tony Hackett
Freshwater Chamber of Commerce Incorporated - Contact Melanie Carson
Glebe Chamber of Commerce Incorporated - Contact: Kris Spann
Hornsby Business Alliance - Contact: Bill Tyrell
Ku-Ring-Gai Chamber of Commerce - Contact: Peter Vicke
Manly Chamber of Commerce -  Contact: Chantelle Hoare
Mona Vale Chamber - Contact: John Scutt
Neutral Bay Chamber of Commerce Incorporated - Contact Rick Doran
North Sydney Chamber of Commerce - Contact: Mike Reddy
Pyrmont Ultimo Chamber of Commerce & Industry: Contact: Margot Natoli
Ryde Business Forum Inc - Contact: Sabrina Ferguson
Ryde Macquarie Park Chamber - Contact: Stefan Sojka
The Rocks Chamber of Commerce Inc - Contact: Olivia Ladd-Hudsen
Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce - Contact Melissa Wilson
Warringah Chamber of Commerce & Industry - Contact: Bridgett McElwaine
West Ryde Chamber - Contact: David Tompkins

State Members

Epping – Hon Mr Damien Tudehope
Phone (02) 9877 0266
Fax (02) 9877 0405

Address: Suite 3, Level 3, 51 Rawson Street Epping NSW 2121

Hornsby – Hon Mr Matt Kean
Phone (02) 9476 3411
Fax (02) 9476 2965

Postal Address: PO Box 1687 Hornsby Westfield NSW 1635
Street Address: The Madison, Suite 5, 25-29 Hunter Street Hornsby NSW 2077

Ku-Ring-Gai – Hon Mr Alister Henskens
Phone (02) 9487 8588
Fax (02) 9487 8550

Address: 27 Redleaf Avenue,Wahroonga NSW 2076

Lane Cove – Hon Mr Anthony Roberts
Phone (02) 9817 4757
Fax (02) 9817 5885

Address: Level 3, Suite 302, 230 Victoria Road Gladesville NSW 2111

Manly – Hon Mr Mike Baird
Phone (02) 9976 2773
Fax(02) 9976 2993

Address: Shop 2, 2 Wentworth Street Manly NSW 2095

North Shore – Hon Jillian Skinner
Phone (02) 9909 2594
Fax (02) 9909 2654

Address: Suite 3, 40 Yeo Street Neutral Bay NSW 2089

Pittwater – Hon Robert Gordon Stokes
(02) 9999 3599
Fax (02) 9999 0922

Address: 1725 Pittwater Road Mona Vale NSW 2103

Ryde – Hon Mr Victor Dominello
Phone (02) 9808 3288
Fax (02) 9877 6222

Address: Suite 202, 5-9 Devlin Street Ryde NSW 2112

Wakehurst – Hon Brad Hazzard
(02) 9981 1111
Fax (02) 9981 5059

Postal Address: PO Box 405 Dee Why NSW 2099
Street Address: Shop 3, 637-641 Pittwater Road Dee Why NSW 2099

Willoughby – Hon Gladys Berejiklian
Phone (02) 9439 4199
Fax (02) 9439 9299

Address: 280 Willoughby Road Naremburn NSW 2065

Federal Members

Bennelong – Hon Mr John Alexander
Phone (02) 9869 4288
Fax (02) 9869 4833

Postal Address: PO Box 872 Epping NSW 2121
Street Address: Suite 1, 44-46 Oxford Street Epping NSW 2121

Bradfield – Hon Mr Paul Fletcher
Phone (02) 9465 3950
Fax (02) 9465 3999

Address: Level 2/ 280 Pacific HWY Lindfield NSW 2070

Mackellar – Hon Mrs Bronwyn Bishop
Phone (02) 9913 9566
Fax (02) 9913 9577

Address: Shop 1, 1238-1246 Pittwater Road Narrabeen NSW 2101

Berowra – Hon Mr Philip Ruddock
PhonePhone Number: (02) 9980 1822
Fax (02) 9980 1833

Postal Address: PO Box 743 Pennant Hills NSW 1715
Street Address: Level 7, Suite 701, 423 Pennant Hills Road Pennant Hills NSW 2120

Warringah – Hon Mr Tony Abbott
Phone (02) 9977 6411
Fax (02) 9977 8715

Postal Address: PO Box 450, Manly NSW 2095
Street Address: Level 2, 17 Sydney Road Manly NSW 2095

North Sydney – Hon Mr Joe Hockey
Phone (02) 9929 9822
Fax (02) 9929 9833

Postal Address: PO Box 1107 North Sydney NSW 2059
Street Address: 100 Mount Street North Sydney NSW 2060


Upcoming events

For more information and to register for our upcoming events, visit our Events calendar. 

Key focal points for the Sydney North Region

  • Transport Infrastructure – public transport usage varies across the region. There is strong use and good service in the bulk of the North area. However, there is poor service and low usage in the north-east, around the northern beaches, and in the west of the region, around Macquarie Park.
  • To develop and connect with the Local Chambers of Commerce in our area.
  • To work with the key industry sectors in the region, including:
    • Technical, Scientific and Professional Services
    • Healthcare and Social Assistance
    • Financial and Insurance Services.


Sydney North Fast Facts

  • 800,000 people live in the Sydney North region.

  • The region includes 11 Local Government Areas (Hunters Hill, Lane Cove, Mosman, Ryde, Willoughby, North Sydney, Hornsby, Ku-Ring-Gai, Manly, Warringah, Pittwater)

  • Most of the employment growth over the next few decades will take place in the Macquarie Park and Frenchs Forest/Terry Hills areas. These will be supported by continued strong employment in the established areas of North Sydney, Chatswood and St Leonards.

  • The Sydney North region employs many residents that live outside the region – making inter-regional transport critical to the Sydney North’s economic viability. 46% of jobs in the North subregion are held by non-residents and 60% of jobs in Inner North are held by non-residents.

Northern Sydney Region NSW Business Chamber has signed a pledge with Defence Reserves Support to become a Supportive Employer of Reservists and to help promote the advantages to local employers of employing members of the Defence Reserves.

Defence Reserves Support (DRS) provides a link between the Australian Defence Force (ADF), employers and the community from which the Reserve force is drawn. DRS aims to enhance the availability of the Reserve component of the ADF by promoting the benefits of employing members of the Reserve. DRS also aims to establish a flexible partnership with the community and employers so they are encouraged to support those in the Reserve.

DRS specialists in each State and Territory can help eligible employers of Reservists apply for substantial financial support payments, develop supportive leave policies, participate in the Employer Engagement Program and utilise the unique skills and qualities that only a Defence Reservist can bring to their workplace or business.

Benefits to local businesses of employing Defence Reservists:
  • Employees gain formal qualifications through Reserve service at no cost to employer;
  • Reserve training includes leadership, management and teamwork skills that are expected of managers and executives;
  • Reservists develop a number of personal skills that are attractive to all employers including self-discipline, initiative, punctuality, self-reliance and responsibility;
  • A cost-effective form of community-based and supported national defence
  • Training assistance to the community in times of natural disaster such as bushfires and floods. They are vital in helping local communities including businesses get back on their feet in times of difficulty.
We encourage local employers to take the opportunity to visit the website and see what advantages could be brought to their business by employing and supporting Defence. For further details please visit

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