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Welcome to Augusta Western Australia!

Augusta Community Resource Centre
 
Augusta Community Resource Centre
The Augusta Community Resource Centre (formerly known as Augusta Telecentre) is part of Western Australia’s longest running and most successful regional community services, the Telecentre program. Augusta CRC is a proud member of WA Community Resource Network (WACRN). read more
The Pelican Post
 
The Pelican Post
Augusta's own community newspaper, The Pelican Post, is compiled, produced and distributed every month. You can view the latest copy online as well as access our archive of past issues here...
Augusta Community Directory
 
Augusta Community Directory
Every year a new edition of the Augusta Community Directory is produced here at the CRC. If you would like to access an online version of the directory you can find it here...
Augusta Community Radio 97.1FM
 
Augusta Community Radio 97.1FM
2oceansFM - Augusta Community Radio broadcasts from the studios here at the augusta CRC. To read more about 2oceansFM or to access information to get involved, visit the website from here...
Augusta Chamber of Commerce and Industry
 
Augusta Chamber of Commerce and Industry
The Augusta CCI is a member of the South West Chamber of Commerce, a powerful and effective group. As local and state governments prefer to deal with recognised groups rather than individual businesses, the Augusta Chamber is your voice when dealing with state or local government agencies.
The Augusta-Margaret River Region
 
The Augusta-Margaret River Region
Just three hours’ drive south of Perth and only 110km from end to end, Your Margaret River Region is one of Australia’s most compact, yet strikingly diverse holiday destinations. There are just so many things to do in the Margaret River region you’ll need at least a few days to explore it.

AUGUSTA IS TURNING PINK THIS OCTOBER!

We’re pinking up Augusta this October
We’re pinking up Augusta this October to help support families experiencing breast cancer, and we need you’re help. As the local Pink Up Augusta Committee, we’re calling on you; our neighbours, sports clubs, schools and local businesses to get behind our efforts and help us create a visual show of support for people in our own local area experiencing breast cancer. By pinking up and helping us raise funds for the McGrath Foundation, you’ll help ensure families across Australia have the specalised care and support of a McGrath Breast Care Nurse. A breast cancer diagnosis can change your life in an instant. McGrath Breast Care Nurses are there every step of the way providing physical, emotional and psychological support to individuals and their families. With more than 18,000 people diagnosed with breast cancer in Australia this year, the need for McGrath Nurses continues to grow. Help us do our part to make sure McGrath Breast Care Nurses are available to anyone who needs one and donate to our town’s page today. Click here to go to our donations page:

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