CES Exchanges: Australia
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|1||ALSA||Adelaide Local Exchange Trading System (SA)||Adelaide||South Australia||Mutual Credit||Adelaide LETS is a non profit community exchange system that allows its members to trade goods & services without the need for direct bartering or money.
|2||AUCE||Australian Central Exchange (AU)||Australia||Australia||Timebank||This is an Administration account exchange. Do not ask to join. Try your nearest exchange.|
|3||BLCE||BrisLETS Community Exchange (QLD)||Brisbane||Queensland||Mutual Credit||brislets.com|
|4||BSCE||Byron Shire Community Exchange (NSW)||Byron Shire||New South Wales||Mutual Credit||Byron Shire Community Exchange is a LETS organisation that services the beautiful coastal districts of Byron Shire and Northern Rivers operating online.
|5||BVCE||Bega Valley LETS (NSW)||Bega||New South Wales||Mutual Credit||Bega Valley LETSystem is a trading network supported by its own internal currency. It is self-regulating and allows its users to manage and issue their own 'money supply' within the boundaries of the network.
|6||CENT||Community Exchange Network Tasmania (TAS)||Tasmania||Tasmania||Mutual Credit||CENTs Tasmania trade statewide
|7||DVNS||DVNSLETS (VIC)||Diamond Valley||Victoria||Mutual Credit|
|8||FLET||Fleurieu LETS (SA)||Aldinga||South Australia||Mutual Credit||LETS South trading as Fleurieu LETS
|9||GYMP||Wide Bay Burnett Community Exchange (QLD)||Wide Bay & Burnett||Queensland||Mutual Credit||WideBay & Burnett Exchange Includes the areas of Nth & Sth Burnett, Maryborough, Bundaberg, Gin Gin, Childers, Gympie & Hervey Bay & Surrounds.
We're on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WideBayBurnettCE.
Our Website here: https://widebayburnett.wordpress.com/
|10||HUNT||Hunter LETS (NSW)||Newcastle & Hunter Valley||New South Wales||Mutual Credit||250 Members not all active. Picnic & Trade Day every three months, mini trades in between. Coffee mornings monthly in Newcastle & Maitland.|
|11||LBME||Local Exchange Transfer System Broome (WA)||Broome||Western Australia||Mutual Credit|
|12||LECE||Leanganook Community Exchange (VIC)||Castlemaine||Victoria||Mutual Credit|
|13||LRAE||LETS Restore Australia Exchange (NSW)||Cobargo||New South Wales||Mutual Credit||The aim of this exchange is to assist communities that are recovering from a natural disaster or who just want to build more resilience, food safety and vibrancy in their local networks. The exchange mobilises volunteers and workers and helps people to identify their needs and make them known to the community. A currency exchange is a guilt free way for everyone to ask for assistance and "pay it forward".
|14||MALO||Maleny Local Energy Trading System (QLD)||Maleny||Queensland||Mutual Credit||Maleny LETS covers the areas of Conondale, Witta, Reesville, Landsborough and the Blackall Range|
|15||MPCE||Mornington Peninsula Community Exchange||Mornington Peninsula||Victoria||Mutual Credit|
|16||MRCE||Macedon Ranges Community Exchange (VIC)||Lancefield||Victoria||Mutual Credit||Macedon Ranges Community Exchange offers an alternative way to participate in the local economy by trading skills, services and products without using cash.
Participating in the Community Exchange strengthens your local community and can improve your
|17||PCEX||Perth L.E.T.S. Inc. (WA)||Perth||Western Australia||Mutual Credit||Perth became a L.E.T.S. CES Exchange on 9th October 2011 Currency changed from CEX to CC April 2013: Perth L.E.T.S. Inc.|
|18||RAYS||Sunshine Coast LETS (QLD)||NAMBOUR||Queensland||Mutual Credit||Website: sunshinecoastlets.weebly.com
SCLETS costs $5 for new membership. $5 each year for renewal due before 1st July.
New members are gifted 25 RAYS to get trading started!
|19||TBCE||FNQ Community Exchange (QLD)||Far North Queensland||Queensland||Mutual Credit||FNQ Community Exchange has been trading (fomerly as Tableland LETS) since 1991 in Far North Queensland, Australia.
|20||WWLL||Melbourne Eastern Region LETS (VIC)||Melbourne||Victoria||Mutual Credit||www.merlets.org.au/|