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Boyce opens their new Bega office

Boyce opens their new Bega office


Boyce have been servicing clients for more than 20 years in Bega and the surrounding areas of the South Coast and are excited to now have a physical presence in the area. 

The satellite office which opened in May, will provide an opportunity to provide increased service and support to the area.

Boyce’s proud heritage is in regional Australia, being the largest independent professional services firm in regional NSW. 

They have been named in the Australian Financial Review’s Top 100 Accounting firms since 2018, while receiving top regional accounting firm on numerous occasions.

Boyce provides insightful business advice across the areas of accounting, consultancy, assurance, financial advisory, management accounting, superannuation strategy, tax consulting and succession planning.

Jono Forrest, a Boyce Director for nearly 20 years said: “We are thrilled to open our satellite office in Bega, it is something we have been looking at for some time. Being here for our clients and part of the local community is what Boyce is all about.”

The new Bega office is located at 4/184-188 Carp Street, Bega.

bega comedy show

Australia’s best comedy podcast is coming to the Bega Valley on June 13 to do a show about the beginning of the end of the world.

A Rational Fear’s “I Feel Fine” show is a night of laughing in the face of the scariest things facing the planet: extreme weather, rising sea levels and global warming.

If your SkyNews watching Uncle doesn’t believe in it, they’re making fun of it — in horrific, hilarious detail.

Join Insiders’ Dan Ilic and guests including Lewis Hobba (Triple J), DJ Dylabolical (Newsfighters podcast/The Chaser), Mick Neven (Melbourne Comedy Festival), 

Gabbi Bolt (TikTok) and Linh Do (Climate Reality) for the laughs.

This is strictly for those 15 years of age and older, with the night being described as “Q&A on crack”!

If you’ve ever listened to the award winning podcast you’ll know it’s funny, it’s fast and it’s all about savaging the news and drilling down on climate change. 

You can catch the show at the Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre on Sunday, June 13 at 6pm, with tickets available through Eventbrite.

The show will be presented by the Bertha Foundation. Visit www.eventbrite.com.au for more.



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    June 2021
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