Get in touch with Ellerslie Business Association
We keep visitors and locals connected
We have many small businesses in town who offer a level of service visitors and locals appreciate.
The reason for this excellence is that the people who own and run Ellerslie Shops tend to live in the neighbourhood as well. They care about their customers just as they would care for a family member. If you want to know more, check out: meet our local businesses.
Ellerslie Business Association
The Ellerslie Business Association is an Incorporated Society with the key purpose to enhance Ellerslie and promote economic growth so that it is an area where people desire to live, work and visit. Our Association represents the business owners within Ellerslie and is funded by a targeted rate on local business ratepayers administered by Auckland Council.
If you’re a business located in our town centre, you're automatically entitled to become a full member of Ellerslie Business Association. This small geographic area extends from Ramsgate St along Main Highway around the corner to 8 Robert St, and up Ladies Mile including numbers 179 and 188.
If you’re not located in the town centre but would like to become part of the Ellerslie Business Association, please get in touch! We’ll get you started, you can apply for Associate Membership for a modest annual fee.
If you’re a property located in our town centre, you're automatically entitled to become a member of Ellerslie Business Association. This small geographic area extends from Ramsgate St along Main Highway around the corner to 8 Robert St, and up Ladies Mile including numbers 179 and 188.
As a full member, you receive great benefits, including:
Be in good company with the Ellerslie Business Association
If you have any questions about starting a business in Ellerslie or you would like to know more about the events on in our community, please get in touch.
We would love to hear from you!
To the Orakei Local Board for sponsoring many of our local events.
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