CCF TAS aims to keep its Members informed and up-to-date on issues affecting the industry. It does this through a variety of channels including print, online, email and face-to-face Member visits.

CCF TAS not only aims to keep its Members informed about issues affecting the industry, it is also focussed on keeping relevant stakeholders up-to-date. Some of the key stakeholders it delivers information to include all levels of government, the media and other industry bodies.


CCF TAS utilises its website to deliver information to its stakeholders in a timely and efficient manner. Information contained on the website includes news, events, resources and much more.

A key feature of the CCF TAS website is the Member Portal which allows members to access exclusive Member only resources and information.


CCF TAS E-News is a regular electronic newsletter that provides up-to-date and relevant industry news and information both locally and nationally.

Compiled from a comprehensive range of sources, this electronic newsletter is sent direct to every Member bi-monthly.

The Earthmover and Civil Contractor Magazine

The Earthmover & Civil Contractor magazine is the official magazine of CCF nationally and is one of the most important information sources for the Australian earthmoving and civil contracting sectors.

Monthly, from February to December, the magazine delivers:

  • news and features by highly regarded and experienced writers
  • reviews of interesting construction projects
  • news about industry trends, significant developments and who is winning contracts
  • forecasts and retrospective recognition of earthmoving achievements
  • new products and services
  • features on equipment like bulldozers, excavators, skidsteers, and backhoe loaders and on industry sectors like road construction, geosynthetics and maintenance
  • articles on the innovative Earth Award presentations and profiles of winning projects
  • reports from CCF branches


To find out more about the information CCF TAS delivers, and how you may access it, contact the CCF TAS Branch on (03) 6240 4854 or email