The Marble Bar Community Resource Centre is a not for profit, community managed organisation servicing the Pilbara community of Marble Bar. The Marble Bar Community Resource Centre is part of a network of Community Resource Centres (WACRN) located in small rural communities throughout Western Australia.
Funded primarily through the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, with additional funding sourced largely through paid services and equipment hire, we deliver a range of services and activities to the community of Marble Bar. We offer free online access to state and local government information via our government access point and operate as Agents for Human Services (Centrelink.) The core business activities include community events, provision of training and information courses, access to technology and equipment, meeting room hire, secretarial services and specialised printing. We also produce the Marble Bar 'Mirage' community newsletter which is published monthly.
Marble Bar CRC office is prominently located in the centre of Marble Bar and well sign posted. Marble Bar CRC is an agent for Human Services and offers a wide range of internet, copying, video conferencing, printing, photo printing and secretarial services to the wider community.
Our Centre celebrated 20 years of service to the Marble Bar Community in 2021. The range of services provided to the community has continually developed over the past two decades.
The Marble Bar Telecentre & Business Link was first established in 2001 to provide services to the community. The last 20+ years have seen the centre expand and it has now been re-branded as the Marble Community Resource Centre in line with a network of former Telecentres across the state.