Training & Information

What’s On—Courses & Events


We host community workshops and information sessions throughout the year, and a program of short courses including:

  • Practical computing – a variety of computer basics topics

  • Software skills – learning modules for Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint

  • Online tools – learning modules for Canva design 

Upcoming courses/events and booking details are at

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Broome Scratchers


We’re pleased to host one of Broome Scratchers’ after school coding classes. Broome Scratchers is part of a nationwide network of volunteer-led coding classes that aim to #getkidscoding. The program is sponsored by Telstra Foundation in Australia with 2,000 clubs – and part of an international network of 10,000 clubs in 120 countries! Our weekly coding sessions for 8-10 year olds is full, but contact us if you want to register your interest in future sessions.

“Ask Us”—Consumer Protection WA

We publish a regular podcast of information and tips from Consumer Protection WA. You can listen to the latest episodes at (as well as earlier archived episodes at

Government Information

Broome CRC has a dedicated computer available as an access point for free look up of WA Government information. 

Community Services in Broome

We have information handouts about many government and community services. Come in and pick up some brochures, or check the online community services listing at My Community Directory.

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

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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