The Cue Community Resource Centre (CRC) is the tourist information centre for Cue. Located in a heritage-listed building (the Government Buildings), the building was built in 1896 and was originally the town Post Office.
A small range of books on Cue and the surrounding area, plus a few dedicated to birds, snakes and wildflowers of the region. The Cue CRC has a range of souvenir items for sale, including: t-shirts, stubby coolers, postcards and bags to name a few.
As the Cue Tourist Information Centre, the Cue CRC has a whole range of booklets and brochures on sites in Cue, such as the Cue Heritage Trail, Big Bell and Walga Rock brochures, plus brochures for most of Western Australia.
Other services the Cue CRC provides are internet/computer access, printing and copying, room hire, web conferencing services, secretarial and desktop publishing services. They also help with device issues, whether you need help setting up a new phone or ipad or laptop problems.
ActivitiesBirdwatching Scenic Drives Walks
Disabled AssistanceCaters for challenges with learning and communication Wheelchair access
MembershipVisitor Information Centre
AccreditationAustralian Tourism Accreditation