Hackett Community Website
This website has been established to provide a single portal into the Hackett Community which consists of its residents, organisations and businesses.
Any feedback on this website may be sent to the website administrator using the 'Contact Us' form on this website. We particularly welcome any suggestions that will help us to increase the impact and benefits of the website.
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Reprint of the Hackett – 50 years plus: Story of a north Canberra suburb
In October 2018 the HCA released its book “Hackett - 50 years plus: Story of a North Canberra suburb.” It was sold out by the end of 2018. The good news is that we are reprinting and will have copies for sale ($20) from mid June. If you would like to place an order, send an email to email@example.com with your contact details – free delivery to Hackett residents or $11 postage elsewhere. Or purchase a copy at IGA Hackett.
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Monkey Wrench Cycle Repairs
Tarquine Hair Salon
Counselling Solutions ACT
Siam Twist Café & Restaurant
Canberra Magic Kitchen Organic Food and Vegetables
Hackett Neighbourhood Watch
Folk Dance Canberra
Hackett Community Association
Old Hackett Primary School Facebook Group
Friends of Mount Majura
St Margaret's Uniting Church
Holy Cross Anglian Church
Blue Gum Community School
Mr Barry Price has written an 80 page book on the history of Downer Primary, Watson Primary and Hackett Primary Schools titled, ‘The Predecessors of Majura Primary – Three North Canberra Primary Schools 1961-1991’ published in 2009. The book contains extensive coverage on the history of the Hackett Primary School. If you wish to access the book…
The Canberra Times featured another article on the public policy drivers which govern the approval of pharmacies. Go here to read full article.
Virginie, a local resident, has kindly offered to pick up chemist scripts for local residents who may be experiencing difficulty getting to a pharmacy due to mobility or transport limitations. Virginie will pick up your script and take it to one of the local chemists to have it filled and then bring the drugs back…
Hackett’s 50th Birthday celebration on the weekend of 21-22 September 2013 will include a ‘Back to Hackett’ theme. We would welcome any photographs of events, people or occasions that have occurred during the last 50 years that could be used as part of an historic display at the Birthday event. Photographs of ex-residents or past…
Today’s sausage sizzle was a great success. Committee members met many residents, some for the first time. It was a fantastic opportunity to find out what mattered to our residents and we will be following up a number of suggestions to improve the local community. We were also honoured to be joined by Dr Andrew…
The ACT Combined Community Council will be holding its next meeting from 10 am to 2 pm at the Gungahlin Public Library, Hibbertson Street, Gungahlin on 16 June 2012. All welcome.
SEE-Change as part of its environmental awareness focus features from time to time homes to showcase environmentally and energy efficiency technology and practices. On Sunday 20 May between 2 to 4 pm it will be featuring a house in Hackett. You need to register with SEE-Change to visit the home. Full details are available on SEE-Change’s…
The Australian Government has launched the ‘Connect with your neighbours’ initiative. The Hackett Community Association is highly encouraging of this initiative.Part of tihs initiative is Neighbour Day celebrated each year on the last Sunday in March. If you want to learn more about this initiative click here
The ACT Government has launched a Portrait of a Nation project as part of its Canberra 100 year celebrations. The Hackett Community Association is very supportive of this initiative and encourages local residents with historical experiences or knowledge to contribute to this worthwhile project.
The Hackett Community Association will be holding a FREE sausage sizzle at the Hackett Shops on 19 May from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm. Come along, have lunch on us and meet your committee.