Open door to learning and connection

Neighbourhood houses offer an enticing variety of great training courses and cultural, social, health and wellbeing activities.

These not-for-profit community organisations also have public internet access, some children’s services, and a range of information and resources. Courses and activities are free or low cost to allow as many people as possible to take part.

Neighbourhood houses are managed through a volunteer committee. You’ll find neighbourhood houses in Beaconsfield, Bunyip, Cockatoo, Emerald, Lang Lang, Pakenham (two centres) and Upper Beaconsfield.

Check out what’s new in Cockatoo

Following extensive community consultation, the Neighbourhood House in Cockatoo has started 2019 with a bang, offering a range of new and exciting programs as well as some existing ones.

The centre, at 23 Bailey Road, is now auspiced by TaskForce following a tender process.

This story featured in the Winter 2019 edition of Connect magazine. Read or listen to the full edition.


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