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The Old Buderim Post Office was purchased from Telstra by the BWMCA as a Community Information Centre in 1998. This was a project that involved the whole community with more than half the money raised by donations & fund-raising by local businesses, community groups & residents.

The building was renovated & restored to better than new by a dedicated team of volunteers & now serves as the Community Information Centre in the heart of Buderim.

The Buderim Old Post Office Community Information Centre is open 6 days a week, Mon-Fri from 10am to 4pm, & Sat 10am to 12.30pm.

Staffed by a team of volunteers – friendly, local people who know Buderim well so they are happy to assist visitors with tourist information, directions to a particular street or help new residents to the Village settle in & find their way around.

At Buderim’s Info Centre, the Buderim Community Association regularly holds a “Welcome to Buderim” Morning or Afternoon Tea, especially to greet new residents, answer your queries, help you make new friends & really settle in! So if you’re new to Buderim, contact Robyn Lee on (07) 5476 7212 & RSVP to the next Morning Tea. You’re welcome!

Paradoxically, the Old Buderim Post Office is unable to sell stamps! The official Post Office is a short stroll away at Buderim Central. Thankfully, The Old Post Office does sell Buderim postcards & a variety of local publications, the piece de resistance being “The Flavours of Buderim” cookbooks, full of mouth-watering recipes by Buderim people. These books have shot to the top of the best seller list in Buderim & can now be found in kitchens all over the world!

Call in or phone 5477 0944. By the way, Buderim’s postcode is 4556.


• A Justice of the Peace (JP) is available every Wednesday at the Old Post Office in Buderim from 10am to 12 noon

• Local Buderim Councillor Christian Dickson is available at the Old Post Office for Buderim residents to discuss local issues the
3rd Friday of each month from 10am to 12 noon

• Local Buderim Councillor Ted Hungerford is available at the Old Post Office for Buderim residents to discuss local issues the
4th Friday of each month from 10am to 12 noon

• Our State MP, Member for Buderim, Steve Dickson is available to meet with constituents in our electorate of Buderim at his office which is located a short distance from the OPO at Suite 4, 102 Burnett Street, Buderim open Mon-Fri 9am to 4.30pm.
Ph: 5450 1115 for an appointment.

Buderim War Memorial Community

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The BWMCA (Buderim War Memorial Community Association) was formed  in 1945 as a living memorial to commemorate sacrifice & to honour those who  fought in the 2 World Wars. For further info about the BWMCA, click here >>