Community Groups

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outside of part of the Beacon Sporting Complex

Beacon Community Recreation Council

President: Chris Kirby
Phone: (08) 9686 6056


BCRC manages the Sporting Complex facilities & provides support to all clubs who use facilities. Contact Secretary for bookings for meetings, seminars & events. Sporting Complex facilities cater for cricket, tennis, hockey, football, netball, basketball & squash


President: Mick Carr 
Vice President: 

Megan Beagley
Na Nelson

Beacon Progress Association was formed in 1926 and continues to work to provide and upgrade community facilities for the Beacon Community. Meetings are held every 2 months on Monday evenings. Interested community members are most welcome to attend.

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Beacon Herbarium

Curator/Collector: Marian Kirby
Phone: (08) 9686 4023

Herbarium collection display situated at Beacon Central, Rowlands St, Beacon. Contact the Centre on (08) 9686 1014 or Marian Kirby for viewing of collection. Available for plant identification (local) in Beacon Central, Rowlands St, Beacon.

LCDC beacon river catchment logo

President: Chris Kirby
Treasurer: Michelle Kirby

The Mt Marshall LCDC was formed in 1984 under the Soil and Land Conservation Act 1945. The Mt Marshall Land Conservation District Committee is a statutory authority having responsibility for natural resource management in the Mt Marshall Shire.

Theatre Arts

Beacon Theatre Arts

President: Calvin Potter
Mrs Marian Kirby
Phone: (08) 9686 4023

The Beacon Theatre Arts Club is an incorporated not-for-profit organisation that essentially gathers interested local performers each year to present a Wine ‘N’ Dine production. The performers generally rehearse for approximately 6-8 weeks prior to an event and are responsible for all aspects of the show, from costumes, to lighting to direction. Membership fee of $5.00 applies. All levels of experience are welcome. The AGM for the Beacon Theatre Arts Club is usually held in June/July.

Toy Library

Toys have been purchased and collected to meet the interests of the following age groups; 0-3 yrs, 4-8 yrs, 8 + years. The wide selection of games, toys and sporting equipment can be borrowed for a period of two weeks. The toy library successfully caters for the children of the Beacon community, providing a bit of variety and as a way to access otherwise unaffordable items.