About 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 program, the Telecentre program. Augusta Community Resource Centre (ACRC) is a proud member of WA Community Resource Network (WACRN). Community Resource Centres can provide information about places of interest and point you in the right direction for local services and business providers.

What does the ACRC do?

Augusta Community Resource Centre is a hub for our small seaside town and a great way to get to know local people.

Augusta CRC produces the local newsletters Pelican Post, also proudly hosting numerous local events, festivals, workshops and actively supports community building activities. We offer free Internet access, room bookings, training courses, equipment hire, video conferencing, business services, job searches and help with job applications as well as MyGov and Centrelink access and much more.

Find out how the Augusta CRC provides services and support to the whole community. Whether you’re in need of IT support, looking to be connected to a service provider, or just wanting to know what’s happening around town, you will find everything you need at the CRC. See our Services Page for more details of services provided by ACRC.

CRC History

​Augusta CRC was first opened under the ​name of Augusta Telecentre in 1996 across the road from it’s current location.

The Old Telecentre

Find Us

We are located at 66 Allnutt Terrace
Augusta, W.A. 6290

Our Phone Number is (08) 9758 0002

Open – Monday to Friday – 9.30am to 3pm

The Augusta CRC will be operating at reduced hours from:

Monday 1st July – Friday 12th July 9.30am – 12.30pm.

Normal hours will resume from Monday 15th July 9:30am – 3:00pm.

Click here to find us in Google Maps.
We look forward to seeing you soon.