CCCI Christmas Community Spirit Vouchers

CHRISTMAS VOUCHERS: CCCI Christmas Gift Vouchers can be spent at any of the Community Spirit retailers listed below.

Building on the success of the Community Spirit Challenge launched in 2020, the CCCI is now offering Christmas Vouchers that can be purchased by any business or individual and spent at any of the below list of participating CCCI Members.

There is no cost to CCCI Members to be part of this program it is offered free of charge as a service to support CCCI Member Businesses.

Participating Business Name

  • Chinchilla Tyre & Battery
  • Keith Crawley’s Industrial & Rural Supplies
  • Keating Bros Retail Store
  • Keating Bros Trade Store
  • Mensland Chinchilla
  • Eyecare Eyewear
  • Enzed Surat Basin
  • Chinchilla Garden Centre
  • Repco Chinchilla
  • Chinchilla Dental Practice
  • Betta Home Living Chinchilla – Ask for Mark
  • Jaycar Chinchilla -ask for Mark
  • Petunias Fashions
  • Busy Bee Signs
  • Mullin’s Mitre 10
  • Monster Skid Steer
  • Bridgestone Service Centre Chinchilla
  • Nutrien Ag Solutions
  • Scouller Saddlery
  • Reid’s Chinchilla Refrigeration and Air-conditioning
  • Gleeson Quality Meats
  • SWITCH’D Electrical & Air Conditioning
  • Chinchilla Farmers Market
  • MFE
  • Downtown Cafe
  • Critch Automotive

Chinchilla Community Commerce & Industry Inc. (CCCI) wants to challenge our local businesses who are able, to find new and inventive ways to support their local community. Once your business has identified how you can meet this challenge the CCCI wants to work with you to recognize what you are doing for the local community to help inspire others. We love to see new and original ideas, but for those who like, we can offer some ready-made suggestions.

Right now it’s more important than ever to support our local community, there is a key role business can play, leading by example with local buy and local support. Ideas from some of our Chinchilla businesses already include;



Chinchilla Community Commerce & Industry Inc. have been speaking with our members and are pleased to be able to offer ‘Chinchilla vouchers’’ which can be purchased from the CCCI and spent with more than 25 of our member’s businesses around Chinchilla. Some members are already awarding these to their staff on a regular basis to keep staff morale up and reward the effort their workforce has made to manage the COVID-19 risk while supporting other local businesses.



Businesses can contact a local organisation or club and offer to help them (you could service their aircon while their clubhouse is closed, fabricate some extra spectator seating, handrails for stairs or a disability access ramp or offer admin support for a grant application)

Can we help you with your idea? Would you like to purchase Chinchilla Vouchers or have your Community Spirit Challenge covered by The Chinchilla News? Contact the CCCI; OR