Welcome to Augusta Western Australia!
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
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
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.
Women As We Age – Transition & Identity
Saturday 10 March 2018 8:30 am
Enjoy a full day of inspiring speakers, breathtaking performers and dynamic workshops! Hear from Karen Paget, Josephine Wilson, Michele Jenkins, Sabrina Hahn, Joanne Homer, Naydeene Edwards, Kate Wilson, Patsy Molloy and many more! Read more....
Bushfire Season Information Please click the icon to download the notices:
AMRSC Firebreak & Fuel Hazard Reduction Notice 2017–2018 Including dates for restricted burning period and landholders legal requirements
Putting safety first in bushfire season/Preparing for a power outage For communities supplied by powerlines that travel through high and extreme bushfire risk zones
A Severe Bushfire Season is On the Way - Is your home ready? An important message from your Augusta Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service.
You SHOULD NOT rely on scheme water during a bushfire Residents near bushland are reminded not to rely on public water supplies if they plan to stay and defend their homes during a bushfire.
Will you know when to leave if a bushfire threatens? If you live in a bushfire risk area, you need to understand the Fire Danger Rating for your area.