Alpine Shire Council provides a broad range of services to residents, ratepayers, businesses and visitors. Council’s office is situated along the Great Alpine Road, Bright, with Customer Service Centres at Myrtleford and Mount Beauty libraries.
Alpine Shire Council is made up of seven elected representatives from across the Alpine Shire.
Council serves a four-year term, supporting their communities by making decisions on a range of issues, including major projects, planning, rates and budgets.
Mount Beauty Neighbourhood Centre Inc. (MTBNCI) is a not for profit community based organisation that is governed by a Board of Governance drawn from its membership base. It is supported by volunteers for providing services.
The Centre offers quality accredited, pre-accredited and hobby courses, as well as community services inc. Centrelink Agency.
The Rose Garden Community Cafe is open for lunch Monday to Wednesday for a light lunch or our regular menu on Thursday And Friday just a coffee and cake, depending on how hungry you are.
Venue Hire and Catering also available.
31 Bogong High Plains Road, Mount Beauty
Alpine Radio is a local community radio station broadcasting from the Heart of the High Country – Mount Beauty in North East Victoria.
Alpine Radio is also an official Emergency Services Broadcaster, and transmits on 96.5FM into the Kiewa Valley, 92.9FM into the Ovens Valley, and 94.5FM into the Harrietville area.
Mount Beauty & District Community Bendigo Bank® was established in 2007 through the franchise company now known as Kiewa Mitta Murray Community Enterprises Limited.
The Bank continues to support many community groups and organisations with sponsorship grants for equipment and projects which benefit them, their members and the wider community. This financial support now exceeds $250,000. Community banking to benefit the local community.
That’s what community banking is all about!
The Upper Kiewa Valley Community Association is a lobby and advocacy group which meets to work on community improvement opportunities and issues of local concern.
The UKVCA meets monthly in Mt. Beauty. Interested persons or community groups are invited to make suggestions or comments and provide feedback. A Community Forum is organised at least once a year, or more often if the need arises, and this is open to all members of the community. The date will be advertised around the community.