Community Associations

Chillingham Community Association

Chillingham, Tweed Valley, NSWThe Community Association was established in May 2001 with the aim of promoting the well being of our community. P.O. Box 18, Chillingham.
ph: 6679 1633
Web: Chillingham.com.au

Murwillumbah Residents and Ratepayers Association
Murwillumbah, Tweed Valley NSWThe (MRRA) holds it’s meetings on the third Monday of the month, from 7.30pm, at the Autumn Club in Tumbulgum Road, Murwillumbah. We meet and talk about things that are going on in our town. We follow what we can in regard to Council matters that relate to our town, our relation to the rest of the Shire, and it’s future. We have guest speakers that come to our meetings and inform us of relevant aspects of our town, or special interests. The MRRA was formed in 2007. We work towards getting the best possible outcomes for our area, and the potential of the Shire. We have written submissions to Council, and represent our name sake. Please feel free to attend a meeting, to observe or engage. A gold coin donation will get you a cuppa and a bickie after the meeting. Membership costs $6.00.
P.O. Box 851, Murwillumbah
ph: 6672 7407
Tyalgum District Community Association IncTyalgum, Tweed Valley, NSW
Tyalgum residents are keenly interested in issues relating to their part of the world…
P.O. Box 1, Tyalgum
ph: 6679 3897
Uki, Tweed Valley, NSWUki Village and District Residents Association
Uki also has an active Residents Association.
P.O. Box 141, Uki
Neighbourhood Watch – Chillingham

NSW Police Neighbourhood Watch Neighbourhood Watch is working
towards a safer community
attitude within your area. It
will help:
• reduce crime in your local area
• improve communication between
yourself, police and your community
• deter criminal activity by increasing
the probability of apprehension
2363 Numinbah Rd, Mt Numinbah
ph: 6679 1393

Neighbourhood Watch – Condong
NSW Police Neighbourhood Watch• encourage the reporting of crime and suspicious activity to police.
• improve the quality of information provided to police.
• assist police to improve and maintain the level of personal safety and household security withinyour local area.
21 Tweed Valley Way, Murwillumbah
ph: 6672 1341
Neighbourhood Watch – Murwillumbah #12
NSW Police Neighbourhood WatchNeighbourhood Watch is the local community and police working together to:
• establish a safer environment by reducing violence, crime and fear
63 Byangum Road, Murwillumbah
ph: 6672 5258
Neighbourhood Watch – Murwillumbah #13
NSW Police Neighbourhood Watch• build a safer community, whether it is a rural area, city
neighbourhood or marine location.
• prevent crime that affects you
• enhance effective communication
21 West End St, Murwillumbah
ph: 6672 8688
Neighbourhood Watch – Murwillumbah #14
NSW Police Neighbourhood WatchThe What, Why and Where of
Neighbourhood Watch
Assist identification of recovered, lost or stolen property by:
• encouraging people to etch or engrave their driver’s licence number on all items of value.
28 Thomas Street, Murwillumbah
ph: 6672 2013
Neighbourhood Watch – Tumbulgum
NSW Police Neighbourhood Watch• keeping a record of model and
serial numbers of items of value
• keeping photographic records
of jewellery, paintings, etc.
For more details about marking your property for identification, contact your local police or
Neighbourhood Watch group.
P.O. Box 24, Tumbulgum
ph: 6676 6341
Neighbourhood Watch – Uki Village Area
NSW Police Neighbourhood Watch• develop community
spirit.
What is Neighbourhood Watch? Working for Safer Communities
P.O. Box 141, Uki
ph: 6679 5777
Neighbourhood Watch – Wardrop Valley Murwillumbah

NSW Police Neighbourhood WatchTo become an active member of
Neighbourhood Watch, ask at your local police station.
They will happily provide you with all the information you need to become
involved in crime prevention in your community.
463 Wardrop Valley Road, Murwillumbah
ph: 6677 9340

 

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