A great way to connect with people and contribute to a healthy community is by getting involved in your local neighbourhood. You could start by contacting your local community centre or neighbourhood centre.

You can find your local Neighbourhood Centres here.

Other Resident Groups and Associations in Clarence:

Here are some other groups that may be near you:

One Community Together –¬†Clarence Plains

One Community Together (OCT)is a group of community members, organisations and local businesses who are joining as one for a better tomorrow in the Clarence Plains area. OCT is serious about working together for the long term to create a safer community that is welcoming, attractive and passionate about the future.

Find out more about their achievements and aspirations at onecommunitytogether.org.au.

If you are a resident of Clarence Plains (Oakdowns, Glebe Hill, Clarendon Vale and Rokeby) and you would like to make a difference to your community contact OCT on 0431 995 379 or Click Here to visit the Facebook page.

Richmond Community Association


South Arm Peninsula Residents Association

Since its formation in 1989, SAPRA has been working hard to support, promote, and protect the interests and welfare of residents in our community.

We work co-operatively and pro-actively with all tiers of Government, other community organisations and groups, and businesses on a variety of projects and issues, building relationships as we go.

Contact the South Arm Peninsula Residents Association via email saprapres@southarm.tas.au

Click Here to follow on Facebook

Cremorne Community Group

The Cremorne Community Group Inc. is a community based organisation open to anyone who wishes to be a member and has these objectives.

To help enhance the community life of Cremorne by:

  • organising community events
  • providing a forum for discussion of community issues
  • promoting a communication point for the community
  • providing an advocacy point for the community
  • including as many community members as possible in planning and activities

Click here to find out more