We ask that you Sanitise your hands when you enter the building with the Hand Sanitiser provided near the CRC Reception point. Thank You for your understanding.
We encourage people to continue to support local where possible as the upcoming months will be a trying time for many businesses.
We appreciate that this is a difficult time for many, and it may be hard to keep a positive attitude, but please try to remember that we are all in this together. If you or someone you know needs help, visit the Government of Western Australia Helplines List for a list of helplines that may be of use.
For the latest information and advice on the COVID-19 situation, please visit the WA Department of Health website, which is updated daily.
Community Resource Centres (CRCs) are friendly, locally owned and operated service and information centres.
We are currently co-located with the Plantagenet library and the Great Southern Institute of Technology Mount Barker Campus. We have other existing organisations who occupy space here at the centre, on a regular basis, to provide services to the community including:
The Mount Barker Community Resource Centre is committed to providing quality services to members of the Shire of Plantagenet region. We offer a range of services including:
- Administration Services (Photocopying, Printing, Faxing, Binding and Laminating.)
- Short and long term Room hire (Standard Offices, Small and large Meeting Rooms, Commercial Kitchen, Auditorium and a Function Centre.)
- Equipment Hire (Laptops, Projectors and Projector Screens.)
- I.T. Support
- Workshops/Training Sessions
- Centrelink Agency Services
- Food Relief Agency
- Emergency Relief
|Albany Community Legal||1800 606 060|
|Anglicare WA||9845 6666|
|Forrest Personnel||1800 224 548|
|HHG Legal Group||9841 2322|
|Max Employment||6819 5400|
|Mount Barker Baptist Church||0427 562 247|
|Mount Barker Toy Library||0474 797 395|
|TAI – CHI Group||Tuesday & Friday 8:30 – 9:30 am|
All CRCs have 3 computers dedicated to providing free internet access and printing for Government information. We also provide a diverse range of brochures, fact sheets and booklets on government and non-government services available to you.
If you have any input or ideas into the development of our centre, please feel free to contact us.
The Community Resource Network (CRN) will deliver quality social, business and economic outcomes to support sustainable growth in regional communities.
We will build strong partnerships and develop as an innovative, responsive and connected Network.