The Western Australian Community Resource Network (WACRN) is comprised of over 100 rural, remote and regional Community Resource Centres (CRCs). The centres are not-for-profit organisations that are independently owned and operated by their local community.
CRCs provide access to government and community services and information, and undertake community, business and economic development activities.
Locally owned and operated, Community Resource Centres (CRCs) provide a wide array of information and community-based services to local people, businesses and visitors of regional Western Australia.
CRCs are committed to developing regional communities and connecting the people of Western Australia. They provide training and education programs, access to business facilities, and information on community events and government services. At a CRC you can:
- access public computers and the internet
- photocopy, print and fax documents
- access videoconferencing facilities
- enhance your skills through training programs and courses
- access information on government services
- do a professional development course
- start your own business and receive business training and support
- enrol in a degree or course online
- download, edit and print digital photos and much more!
The WACRN is supported by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development with funding from the State government.