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You may wish to consider contributing to Broome CRC in a volunteer capacity. 


For current positions, please visit www.volunteer.com.au/volunteering-organisations/20767/broome-community-resource-centre 

 

Your volunteering may be eligible for job seeker mutual obligation requirements, or as an approved activity under the Department of Justice’s Work & Development Permit Scheme.
 

We would also love to hear from you if you have other skills or suggestions to offer.

Containers for Change

Making change is easy. It all starts with you. Collect your eligible containers* instead of tossing them in the waste, then drop them off at a refund point where you can either keep or donate your 10 cent refund. Not only is it great for the environment, but it’s also a great way to make some pocket money or support local charities and community groups.


You can support Broome Community Resource Centre using Scheme ID C10300504 – or check with your favourite non-profit organisation to see if they have a scheme.


*Eligible containers are most glass, plastic or aluminium beverage containers – anything with the “10c refund label”. In Broome, you can drop off at Nirrumbuk EH&S, 29 Clementson Street (with a request to keep glass separate). There are also collection points at Bidyadanga and Djarindjin. 


For more information go to www.containersforchange.com.au/wa/ or call Nirrumbuk on 9135 5005.

For enquiries or assistance with our services or information on this website, please contact the staff at the Broome Community Resource Centre during our business hours.

Open: Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 4.30pm (excluding Public Holidays)

Located at: 1/40 Dampier Terrace, Broome, WA 6725


Phone: 08 9193 7153
Fax: 08 9193 7154
Email: broome@crc.net.au

Postal address: PO Box 2273, Broome, WA 6725

ABN: 85 069 821 569

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Broome Community Resource Centre acknowledges all the traditional custodians and language groups of Broome and the surrounding areas, being the land on which we live and work. We recognise their culture, continuing connection to the land and water, and contributions made to our community. We pay respect to their elders past, present and emerging.

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