Comboyne has a strong sense of community, with a long history of coming together to support one another, and connecting and celebrating through community events. With a small population, community members wear several hats to ensure services continue to be offered and events put on to showcase Comboyne and all it has to offer.
Volunteers are always welcome and there are plenty of ways to get involved and support the local community.
Comboyne is home to several Community Clubs. With an active tennis club, football club, book club, crafting club and plenty more, there is something for everyone to join..
Rural Fire Brigade
COMBOYNE The Rural Fire Brigade is an essential volunteer service in Comboyne. They are always in need of volunteers and provide an amazing service in bush fire season. You can find out all about by contacting Will Swan (02) 6550 4158 or Bob Sanders (02) 6550 4056
Comboyne War Memorial Hall
The War Memorial Hall was built in 1922 and renovated and revived by the community. This beautiful building is available for hire for functions. It is also home to the preschool and kindergarten.
Rural Fire Brigade
BYABARRA The Byabarra Brigade provides a crucial service to the community, by the community.
We are always looking for new members to join our team. There are many roles to play and something for everyone
to do. You can contact David Anderson on (02) 6587 1177 or Brian Rheinberger on (02) 6587 1213 to find out more, or come along to our meeting on the 2nd Tuesday of the month.
The pre-school and kindergarten is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. A warm welcome for all. Call Amanda Dougherty between 10am to 3pm if you have a little one to enrol.
The A & H Association has its home at the showground.
Home of the Annual Show, the Camp Draft and the Comboyne 'Tigers'.
The Billabong is available for hire for functions (Covid limitations may apply).
Open to public only for pre-booked camping
Camping - Rebecca Gilbert
0411 233 408. -
Other Rodney Fisher
Services are held here most Sunday's. Every 5th Sunday is a special celebration, usually featuring a guest speaker and a lunch. The church has been renovated by members of the congregation and is crafted from local timbers.