The Shire of Lake Grace works with interested stakeholders within the shire to:
Economic development, in general, refers to the actions, or policies, of communities and policy makers to promote the standard of living and economic health of a particular area.
This relates to, but is not limited to, areas such as safety, social inclusion, regional competitiveness, human capital, health and critical infrastructure.
The Shire of Lake Grace is dependent on grant funds to achieve many of its outcomes. It is important that we keep up to date with grants on offer and do our best to find best fit grants for our projects.
Community groups often need to apply for funding for a range of projects and we encourage those groups to contact the Shire for assistance in sourcing grant funding.
Call into the community restored Stationmaster's House, now operating as the Lake Grace Visitor Centre, where you will find local produce, gorgeous art and quirky crafts on sale.
Meet our friendly Coordinators and volunteers who will assist you with information about our region and its attractions.
Experience our iconic salt lakes, springtime wildflowers, paddocks of wheat and canola and the native wildlife in our large nature reserves. Drive along the famous Holland Track. Visit the only remaining Australian Inland Hospital building in Western Australia or explore the historic Western Australian Rabbit Proof Fence that skirts the Eastern end of the Shire.
The Shire of Lake Grace and Advanced Housing have been in partnership since 12th November 2012:
Any enquiries contact:
Tel: 9845 9604
Fax: 9842 8698
Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday 9:00 - 5:00pm for an appointment phone 08 9865 1208.
Wednesday 9:30 - 3:30pm to make an appointment phone Lake Grace Medical Centre 08 9865 1208.
Lake Grace Child Health Nurse attends the Medical Centre every first Wednesday of the month. For an appointment please ring 9890 2246.
To get the most out of your home, it is important to take a good look around and attend to any maintenance issues.
Age Friendly Home Maintenance Kit Here
KidSport enables Western Australian children to participate in community sport and recreation, no matter their financial circumstances. Eligible youth aged 5–18 years can apply for financial assistance to contribute towards club fees. The fees will go directly to the registered KidSport clubs through their participating local government.
Am I eligible?
Why sport and recreation clubs are important to you, our family and your community.