Community Resource Centres are becoming the hub of small rural towns and are a great way to get to know local people.
Community Resource Centres can provide information about places of interest and point you in the right direction for local services and business providers. Production of newsletters, hosting of local events and support for community building activities are all offered through CRCs.
Drop in and say hello at 94 – 96 Massingham Street, Kellerberrin, you will be amazed at the services and community benefits that a CRC has to offer. You may even want to get involved yourself by volunteering skills or just your time for the benefit of the whole community.
Internet access, training courses, VOIP, Video Conferencing, Business Services, meeting rooms and much more are available at the CRC. See our Services Page for more details of services provided by the Kellerberrin Community Resource Centre.
The Western Australian Community Resource Network is comprised of over 100 CRCs throughout the state. There are currently 41 in the Wheatbelt. At a CRC you can access local information, public computers, print documents, access video conferencing meetings and attend training and education workshops. The WACRN is supported by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) and is funded by the State government through Royalties for Regions – (www.wa.gov.au)