About the Jerrabomberra Residents' Association

Working for the Jerrabomberra community since 1990.

We were formed by volunteers from the newly-established Jerrabomberra community in 1990, to help foster community spirit and develop caring relationships between local families. Over time, the JRA has become increasingly involved with advocacy and lobbying for the particular needs of our community, at a Local, State and Federal level.

While we maintain our community focus and desire to make Jerrabomberra a special place to live, we also draw on the collective experience, and skills of our JRA members to ensure infrastructure, resourcing and other concerns are addressed by all levels of governments.

You can join from as little as $5 a year, and you can be involved as much, or as little as you like.
The JRA meets on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at the Jerrabomberra Community Centre, all residents are welcome to attend.

Objectives of the Association
The objectives of the Jerrabomberra Residents' Association (Association) are:

a) represent the Jerrabomberra Community in community matters which pertaining the Jerrabomberra area with the:
1. Queanbeyan City Council,
2. Government bodies; and
3. Other community organisations and corporate organisations.

b) inculcate a community spirit and create a sense of unity;

c) develop and promote interaction within the Jerrabomberra community;

d) develop, co-ordinate, encourage and support community and sporting clubs and facilities in the Jerrabomberra area.

e) endeavour to protect, maintain and enhance the natural environs of Jerrabomberra.