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Our Services

We offer a wide range of services sure to meet everyone's needs. These services include:


Public Library 

Tourist Information

Events and support for young families 

Technology and Business Services 

Internet Access 

 Services Australia Access Point 

Meeting Rooms for Hire 

Video Conferencing 

Equipment Hire 

Training Programs and Courses


General Programs and Services

Jerry Journal

Since 1992 The Jerry Journal has been your local source for important community events and updates, It showcases the best sporting moments of the year and always has something for the family. Published fortnightly it is the  one stop for local news.


Be Connected

The Jerramungup Community Resource Centre staff are committed to helping those who need guidance when it comes to using the internet. We offer free and confidential lessons with the latest technology to assist in your learning


Tot Time

Tot Time is a fun packed morning designed to help encourage active learning with a hands on approach in the natural environment. Tot time happens every fourth Tuesday of the month at the Jerramungup Community Resource Centre.

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Rhymetime is designed to stimulate young minds and boasts a fun filled morning of nursery rhymes and stories to match. Rhymetime is every third Tuesday at the Jerramungup Community Resource Centre



Story Time has lots of great stories for everyone to listen to. Each session is usually less than 30 minutes long with a story and an activity to go along with the story. Story Time is on the first Tuesday of each month at the Jerramungup Community Resource Centre

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Book Club

The Jerramungup Community Resource Centre BookClub meets the 3rd Thursday of each month – 6pm at the Jerramungup Hotel for tea and a chat about the previous month’s selection. Interested in joining? Contact the CRC for more details. New members always welcome.


Room Hire

Available at the Jerramungup Community Resources Centre are rooms for hire. Please contact the CRC for more information and booking forms on 9835 1630 or email


Empowering Communities

The Empowering Communities Program aims to deliver services that are  universal and available to all Western Australians. 

From the 5 outcome areas that guide the Department of Communities, this program seeks to contribute to two of these: empower people, and create inclusive and accessible communities.

As a service provider we will be contributing towards the achievement of the following service level outcomes:

· People have social connections with their community;

· People participate in their local communities;

· People learn new skills and knowledge;

· People contribute to their communities; and

· People feel safe in their communities.

The Community Engagement Officer working with the Department of Communities is committed to empowering communities to be connected and an inclusive place where people feel they belong, are valued and contribute to their community. The Jerramungup Community Resource Centre holds many events throughout the year with the focus of empowering the community.

Watch the Journal and our Facebook page for more details as they arise

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