Welcome to the Business Community Hubs of Australia. These are community and business portals that have been created by people who live in the area and have a personal and local understanding of what is available in their town and surrounding community.  These can be used by anyone who is moving to a community or visiting a community or someone who lives in the community. 

We would like to take this opportunity to invite other town sites and other community sites to join our network of business and community websites. This is a great opportunity for individual towns or perhaps a cluster of smaller communities to join the Business Community Hubs Network.

This network will bring together like minded people that support their community and make their community sustainable.

All that is required is to add this logo to your website with a link to this page.  We will then add you to the network. 

the first 12 months is free.  Once we have established the network we will contact you with further developments and pricing.


By all means get in contact with us and let us know where you are and we will join you up.

This is an initiative of Ligante Ltd and KateS On Web.

 

Latest additions

 

New South Wales

  • Wee Waa(NSW)
  • Narrabri (NSW)
  • Trangie (NSW)
  • Mungindi (NSW)
  • ​Peakhill (NSW)
  • Pilliga (NSW)
  • Boggabri (NSW)
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    Queensland

  • St. George (QLD)
  • Goondiwindi (QLD)
  • Charleville (QLD)
  • Whitsundays (QLD)
  • Charters Towers (QLD)
  • Maranoa (QLD)
  • Biloela (QLD)
  •  

    South Australia

  • Auburn (SA)
  •  

    Victoria

  • Kyvalley (VIC)
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