Associations and Networks
Finding a Justice of the Peace
Invest time in your business by cultivating relationships. Businesses in the Adelaide Hills have access to a range of business associations and networks. These groups will work to expand your business circle and provide support to help you succeed. There are numerous options so it's just a matter of finding the ones that works for you and your business.
ASSOCIATIONS AND NETWORKS
Adelaide Hills Tourism (AHT) contributes to a vibrant and sustainable tourism industry in the Adelaide Hills through leadership, representation, information sharing and strategic projects. AHT is an independent regional tourism organisation constituted as an Incorporated Association. Its committee meets monthly and comprises tourism industry representatives as well as representatives from the two councils and other related industry sectors. For more information please visit their website,
The Adelaide Hills Women's Network group is for anyone who wants to establish contact with other women in the Adelaide Hills area. It is a great forum for business women, community-minded people, newcomers to the area wanting to meet people, or established women wanting to welcome newcomers.
Brand South Australia (Brand SA) hosts more than 60 events each year. These events provide key business connections and networking opportunities while showcasing exclusive settings, experiences and prominent speakers across a range of industries and sectors.
The Adelaide Hills Business Creators is where local business owners connect, do business and boost our local economy. Anyone who lives or works in the Adelaide Hills and is a business owner should consider themselves as a valued Business Creator. Events are held throughout the Adelaide Hills region after hours and may include a light dinner and refreshments.
Business South Australia membership gives you access to specialist advice, events and information, which allows you to reclaim your time and resources so you can concentrate on building a bigger, brighter future for your business.
The Stirling Business Association currently has over 150 members and businesses spanning a broad spectrum of retail, hospitality, health and professional services. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ruby Tree Club is a network for business women working or living in the Adelaide Hills. The Club is about success by association, offering you and other women with a supportive business networking community.
Woodside Commerce Association was established in 1988 to promote businesses in and around Woodside and foster good relations and cooperation between local businesses and townspeople. For further information please contact email@example.com.
FINDING A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
South Australia's Attorney-General's Department keeps an online list of Justices of the Peace that is easily searched by suburb or name (if you're looking for someone specific). Click here to visit the search page for JPs in South Australia.
JPs are also usually regularly available at our libraries:
Coventry Library, Stirling
- Tuesday 10:00am - 12:00pm
- Thursday 2:00pm - 4:00pm and 6:30pm - 8:00pm
- Saturday 1:00pm - 3:00pm