MOUNT GARNET PROGRESS ASSOCIATION

Our meetings are held on the third Monday of each month at the Visitor Information Centre and everyone is welcome to apply for membership. Please contact the Secretary.
We are a group of people who love this part of the world and dedicate some of our time to offer something in response to diverse needs of the community. Historical documents show the existence of the Progress Association in 1898, when Mr James Potter, its secretary, sent a letter to the Education Department highlighting the need for a provisional school to be established. The population of Mount Garnet during that period was about 2000 people at its peak, level that markedly decreased due to the reduction of mining activities. The number of residents at present is quite stable at about 450 and our mission is to look at all the elements that can be developed to benefit everyone. The creation of this web site has contributed to spread information necessary to advance in the right direction towards a bright future.
MOUNT GARNET PROGRESS ASSOCIATION
Our meetings are held on the third Monday of each month at the Visitor Information Centre and everyone is welcome to apply for membership. Please contact the Secretary.
We are a group of people who love this part of the world and dedicate some of our time to offer something in response to diverse needs of the community. Historical documents show the existence of the Progress Association in 1898, when Mr James Potter, its secretary, sent a letter to the Education Department highlighting the need for a provisional school to be established. The population of Mount Garnet during that period was about 2000 people at its peak, level that markedly decreased due to the reduction of mining activities. The number of residents at present is quite stable at about 450 and our mission is to look at all the elements that can be developed to benefit everyone. The creation of this web site has contributed to spread information necessary to advance in the right direction towards a bright future.
MOUNT GARNET PROGRESS ASSOCIATION
Our meetings are held on the third Monday of each month at the Visitor Information Centre and everyone is welcome to apply for membership. Please contact the Secretary.
We are a group of people who love this part of the world and dedicate some of our time to offer something in response to diverse needs of the community. Historical documents show the existence of the Progress Association in 1898, when Mr James Potter, its secretary, sent a letter to the Education Department highlighting the need for a provisional school to be established. The population of Mount Garnet during that period was about 2000 people at its peak, level that markedly decreased due to the reduction of mining activities. The number of residents at present is quite stable at about 450 and our mission is to look at all the elements that can be developed to benefit everyone. The creation of this web site has contributed to spread information necessary to advance in the right direction towards a bright future.