You can enrol in a variety of learning courses and meet new people with similar interests at our local neighbourhood houses and community-based learning centres.
Each centre offers slightly different types of courses, which are run during school terms.
Contact each Community House for course details.
The Creeds Farm Living and Learning Centre provides opportunities for people of all ages to meet, enjoy social and recreational activities, and participate in courses or workshops.
The centre, which has an environmentally-sustainable design, will become a tool for environmental education. You can learn how to adapt the eco-design of the centre to your home or workplace, and learn how to develop a sustainable community garden.
2 Snugburgh Way
Epping (Melway 181 H5)
Tuesday to Thursday - 9.30am to 5.30pm
For more information on programs offered, visit the Creeds Farm Living and Learning Centre website.
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Greenbrook Community House is a welcoming and inclusive space. It provides a number of creative programs that encourage personal development, self-esteem and artistic expression.
Numbers are limited in some programs and bookings are essential.
40 McFarlane Crescent
Epping (Melway 182 E10)
For more information, contact the House Coordinator:
P: 8401 6261
Office hours: Monday - Wednesday 8:30am - 5pm
The Lalor and Living and Learning Centre is a registered training organisation and neighbourhood house encouraging life-long learning for all ages and for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
It is a not-for-profit community-run association that has been offering services to locals for over 25 years.
Programs offered, including nationally accredited courses:
Other activities include:
French Street Hall
47A French Street
Lalor (Melway 9 A6)
For more information on programs offered and schedules, visit the Lalor Living and Learning Centre website.
P: 9465 6409
The Mill Park Community House offers programs for people of all abilities including:
Support services include:
68 Mill Park Drive
Mill Park (Melway 9 K7)
For more information on programs offered and schedules, phone 9404 4565 or visit the Mill Park Community House website.
Thomastown Neighbourhood House is located in the heart of Thomastown on the site of Thomastown Library and next door to Thomastown Recreation and Aquatic Centre.
It offers a range of programs including:
52 Main Street
For more information on programs offered, visit the Thomastown Neighbourhood House website.
To join the mailing list, contact:
P: 8376 6939
Whittlesea Community House is a great place to find out what is going on in your neighbourhood and to participate in groups and activities as well as lifelong learning. Join our groups, classes or our team of Volunteers. Whittlesea Community House also offers food relief services(as well as pet food) and has a community pantry accessible after hours.
Participate in regular activities such as:
Learn new things and update your skills:
Get help from our team of experts on Fix it Friday - held once per month (usually the last Friday). Assistance available including: Legal, Financial, NDIS, My Aged Care, Centrelink, Police – crime reporting and Stat Decs, Mental Health support, No Interest Loans and heaps more! Call to register.
92a Church Street, Whittlesea (Melway 246 G7)
For more information on programs offered and schedules, visit the Whittlesea Community House website or contact:
P: 9716 3361
Mernda Community House welcomes you and provides a growing range of workshops and activities. The community house is your place to come together to make new friends, learn new skills and feel connected to your local community.
2 Heals Road
For more information and enrolments contact:
P: 0475 454 133
Office hours: Wednesday to Friday 9am-5pm