Other links

Our Other Links page is to connect you with community groups or government services that you might find useful


 Fix My Street Report Form

Please remember to use the Fix My Street portal as much as possible. If there is something that needs fixing in your street such as broken light pole, overgrown street trees, unsafe footpath, please report it by using the Fix My Street Report Form

If you want to see all the issues reported in the last 90 days, or find out when street sweeping or grass mowing is scheduled

This Access Canberra services website will tell you of the above and you can also find a map of all the issues reported in Yarralumla in the past 90 days. Just enter Yarralumla as the suburb name to find information on all the local services.

Inner South Canberra Community Council (ISCCC)
The ISCCC is a non-government organization formed in 2010 to provide a unified and strong voice for residents of Inner South Canberra. The YRA is an active ISCCC participant and automatically has two committee positions. The ISCCC looks at issues that are shared across boundaries and runs a series of public forums throughout the year, which we encourage residents to attend.
Friends of the Albert Hall

Friends of the Albert Hall formed in 2007 to oppose intrusive development of the lakeside Albert Hall Heritage Precinct and to return the Hall to public management.

The development plans were withdrawn and the Hall is now under public management.

The YRA is a member of the Friends of the Albert Hall

Search Trove for articles about Yarralumla
About Trove - National Library Digitisation Programme
Trove - National Library Newspaper Digitisation


National Library Newspaper Digitization Programme

The National Libary of Australia launched the Australian Newspapers digitization (BETA) program in July 2008 (now referred to as TROVE, Digitized newspapers and more). Newspaper articles from 1803 are being digitized.

Members of the public are encouraged to enhance/correct the digitized text.

A search on the term Yarralumla conducted in May 2020 reveals that more than 80,000 articles are available through the digitization data base.

These articles can be viewed/corrected/enhanced. Anyone can participate and the YRA encourages our members and friends to correct/enhance any articles relating to Yarralumla.

If there are other groups or services that you think the community would find useful to have on this page then please let us know.
Send us an email with the details of the site, its link and its purpose.