Supporting Our Community

Management Committee

An elected Management committee ensures Graham House develops as a community organisation that is efficiently and effectively managed and one which operates in a manner consistent with the principles of a community based organisation. The Management Committee is made up of 7 members – President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and 3 Committee Members.

Members of our current Committee are:

President – Kathy Baker  

Vice President – Col Sippel

Secretary – Dellese Heit

Treasurer – Enid Barford


Committee Member –

Christelle Withers Mayne

Committee Member –

Curtis Mickan                

    Our History A group of citizens, many of whom were also part of the North Country Deanery of the Catholic Church, were concerned with the lack of services and information available to community members. The North Country Deanery of the Catholic Church at that time was applying for funding for the South Burnett Community Development Program to fill this need.  The Department of Childrens Services and Aboriginal Affairs offered the building to the group which in 1988 became known as the Graham House Community Centre. The Centre went on to become an incorporated association in 1992.  Over the next four years Graham House Community Centre accessed small one-off grants to provide community education, after school activities and a meeting place for many groups. The Spinners and Weavers were one of the first groups to meet regularly in the building and continue to do so today.  Graham House Community Centre (GHCC) has experienced huge growth over the past 25 years, however the mission of the organisation, which is to provide services that respond to the needs of individuals with empathy and dignity, while nurturing the strengths of individuals and the community to empower them to meet their own needs, remains the same.  Graham House services now extend to the whole of the South Burnett area from their location in Murgon.  

Annual Report – 2014/15  Annual Report 2015 

Annual Report – 2015/16  Annual Report 2016   

Our Mission

Our Mission is to provide a high quality inclusive service that responds to the needs of individuals with empathy and dignity.

Graham House Community Centre provides holistic assistance and nurtures the strengths of individuals and the community to empower them to meet their own needs.

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