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Community Contacts

Contact details for local Community Groups and Sporting Clubs are provided in the documents listed below. For listing on this page please complete the online form at the bottom of the page.

Users - please note that the onus is on the Community Group to ensure that their details remain up-to-date, however, if as a user you do discover any incorrect information please do not hesitate to advise the Shire by emailing [email protected] so that this can be followed up on, thank you.

Recreation & Special Interest Groups

Avon Valley Arts Society
[email protected] 

PO Box 303 Northam WA 6401

Avon Valley Bridge Club
[email protected] 

PO Box 1081, Northam WA 6401

Avon Valley Community Development Foundation

PO Box 272, Northam WA 6401

Avon Valley Environmental Society
[email protected] 

PO Box 1068, Northam WA 6401

Avon Valley Vintage Vehicle Association of W.A. Inc

President: Ed Fawkes

Secretary: Fred Singleton

[email protected] 

[email protected]

[email protected] 

PO Box 755 Northam WA 6401

401 Fitzgerald Street, Northam

Northam Community Mens's Shed [email protected] 

PO Box 538, Northam WA 6401

87 Duke Street, Northam 6401

Northam Photography Group [email protected]

102 Duke Street, Northam 6401

For information on sporting clubs not listed here, please contact the Northam Recreation Centre, phone (08) 9622 5153 or email [email protected].

Progress & Community Associations

Bakers Hill Progress & Recreation Association

[email protected] 

Clackline Progress Association

[email protected]  

Grass Valley Progress Association

[email protected] 

Quellington Progress Association

[email protected] 

Southern Brook Community Association

[email protected] 

Spencer's Brook Progress Association

[email protected] 

Wundowie Progress Association

[email protected] 
Irishtown Hall Club

[email protected]

Emergency Services Volunteer Groups

Bakers Hill Bushfire Brigade

[email protected]  125 Tames Road, Bakers Hill

Clackline/Muresk Bushfire Brigade

[email protected] Tighe Road, Warranine

Inkpen Bushfire Brigade

[email protected]  Inkpen Road after Colgongine Road, Inkpen

Irishtown Bushfire Brigade

[email protected]  Cnr Irishtown & Haddrill Road, Irishtown

Grass Valley Bushfire Brigade

[email protected]  Cnr Keane & Wilson Street, Grass Valley

Southern Brook Brook Bushfire Brigade

[email protected]  Cnr Southern Brook & McManus Road, Southern Brook

Wundowie Bushfire Brigade

[email protected]  1 Wandoo Parade, Wundowie

Northam Central Bushfire Brigade

[email protected]  Henry Street, Northam

Northam Fire & Rescue 

[email protected]  43 Wellington Street, Northam

Wundowie Fire & Rescue

[email protected] 

8 Wandoo Parade, Wundowie

Northam State Emergency Service [email protected] 

3 Henry Street, Northam

St John Ambulance Northam Regional Office 9621 1633

29 Tamplin Street, Northam

St John Ambulance WA Volunteer Services 1800 069 393
Youth in Emergency Services Cadets (11 - 18yr olds) [email protected] 

Northam Recreation Centre / Wundowie Town Hall

Local Schools

Avonvale Primary School

[email protected]  9621 5200 65 Hutt Street, Northam 

Bakers Hill Primary School

[email protected]  9574 1411 33 Saint George Street, Bakers Hill

Northam Primary School

[email protected]  9622 1203 Duke Street, Northam

Northam Senior High School

[email protected]  9621 0000 Kennedy Street, Northam

West Northam Primary School

[email protected]  9621 5600 40 Habgood Street, Northam

Wundowie Primary School

[email protected]  9573 6239 Boronia Avenue, Wundowie

What Is A Community Group?

A Community Group is a group of people who come together to pursue a common cause or interest for the good of their community.  A community can be a geographic area, ie Northam, or it can be group of like-minded people, ie seniors or sport.  Community groups are run and managed by volunteers, and are bound by their own constitution or set of rules.


Please visit which has a free service where Community Groups can list their requirements for volunteers, and volunteers can search for positions within their area / interests.

‘Advertising’ Guidelines

The Shire of Northam Website, Noticeboard, Newsletter and Facebook page are provided to promote programs, events and activities that are initiated by the Shire of Northam.  A Shire program / event / activity is one that is being coordinated by the Shire or has received Community funding through the Shire. 

Major events organised by other parties may be placed on the website Calendar if they are targeted at the wider community and provide significant community benefit. Please notify the community development team via email if you have an event planned that may be eligible for promotion on the Shire website.

Where else can programs / events / activities be promoted locally?

Community promotional options
Location Contact
Northam Visitor Centre [email protected]
The Northam Advertiser [email protected] 
ABC News Midwest & Wheatbelt [email protected] 
Northam Chamber of Commerce [email protected]
Triple M [email protected] 

If your contact details have changed from or are not listed in the above documents, please complete the below form.