Boyup Brook Community Resource Centre
The Boyup Brook CRC opened its doors to the public in 1995 and is one of over 100 CRCs located in small rural communities across Western Australia and supported by the Royalties for Regions program.
The Boyup Brook Community Resource Centre (BBCRC) is a not-for-profit, community owned and managed organisation and we pride ourselves in delivering a wide range of services to the community, from photocopying and internet access to training courses, wellness programs and providing government information. We also produce the much-loved monthly community newspaper 'The Boyup Gazette'.
Located centrally in town between the Police Station and Family Stop Centre, we welcome everyone through our doors - call in and have a chat. If you would like more information about our services and how we can help you, have a browse around our website, drop us an email or give us a call on 08 9765 1169.
The 2019 BOYUP BROOK ART AWARDS has come to an end, but what a wonderful exhibition we have had.
* 223 entries * 83 artists * 35 locations *
* 13 local artists *
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2017/18 ANNUAL REPORT
The Boyup Brook Community Resource Centre's Annual Report is now available.
Click here to read about the services and achievements of 2017/18.
CRC FUNDING REINSTATED
The State Government has announced that the funding to WA Community Resource Centres will be reinstated in full to the tune of $13 million per year. This is a welcomed decision after months of uncertainty for the Network and regional communities who were facing a 40% annual cut.
The full media release can be seen here