Community Centres provide a link for local people and the focus of many daily activities. They are friendly places where anyone can meet new friends, learn new skills and become involved in local community activities. The centres have a focus on skill development and community capacity building.
The Community Centres are friendly places where anyone can
They provide a venue to support Community groups and their programs that will operate on a longer term or ongoing basis.
Parks Library and Community Centre - Project Details
The Enfield Community Centre is located at 540 Regency Rd Enfield and is at Bus Stop 18 on the 100 Circle line Bus. The Centre is set back from Regency Road and provides optimum access and off street car parking.
The Centre comprises two large meeting rooms, creche, hall and kitchen facilities together with a fully equipped stadium suitable for a range of indoor sports.
Normal office hours are Monday to Friday 9am-5pm, however this is a one person office and it may be best to ring first to make a time to visit the centre. The Coordinator is available for information and bookings on Telephone number (08) 8405 6556.
The Hillcrest Community Centre is located at 27-31 Queensborough Avenue, (Off Fosters Rd), Hillcrest. The Centre is accessible through several bus routes, the 271/273 along North East Rd at stop 23, the 207/208 along Fosters Rd at stop 25, or the 204 along Redward Rd at stop 24B.
The centre comprises two meeting rooms, a creche and secure play area. The foyer leads to the kitchen and on to a large open Hall.
The North East Community House Inc has a permanent office facility located at the Hillcrest Community Centre and co-ordinates a number of community programs and activities. Office hours for the North East Community House Inc are Monday to Thursday, 9am - 5pm. Telephone: (08) 8369 0329.
The Hillcrest Community Centre is both air-conditioned and heated and provides off street car parking. A Hearing Loop System operates in the Hall and the Hillcrest Community Centre is a "Deafness Friendly Location."
Activities Guides are freely available from the Community Centre with details of regular group activities and upcoming events.
The Kilburn Community Centre is located at 59 Gladstone Ave, Kilburn. It is accessible from Prospect Rd on the G10 bus, stop 20 and from Churchill Rd on the 235, 237, 238 & 239 bus, stop 18. The Community Bus Central Circuit (Bus no. 2) stops in front of the Community Centre as well. Car parks are available on both sides of the Centre, off Gladstone Ave.
The Kilburn Community Centre is a hub providing multiple spaces and opportunities for local residents and friends. It is a hub where people can attend and/or hold regular, on-going activities that benefit the community. Activities and programs include: Hobbies, art and craft, sport and recreation, health and wellbeing, education and dance.
In addition the Centre is utilised for regular activities such as social support groups, social sporting clubs, cultural groups and programs that generally assist or benefit the community. The event timetable is evolutionary in that it's always changing. If you have an idea for something you would like to do or even something you would like to teach please contact the Community Development Officer. The Kilburn Community Centre Newsletter and Guide has the contact details of the Community Development Officer who is based at the Centre.
The Centre is not available for one off hire – parties or infrequent use. Below is the ‘Hire Fees’ link if you are interested in holding a regular group or activity.
The Lefevre Community Stadium is located on the corner of Victoria Rd and Marmora Tce, Osborne and conveniently located behind the Osborne Train Station and Bus stop 59. The Community Stadium is set back from Victoria Rd and provides numerous car parks.
The Lefevre Community Stadium is situated in a peaceful parkland setting at Osborne. The two surrounding reserves include skate park, outdoor Netball and tennis courts, bike track, two playgrounds and soccer goals.
The fantastic new stadium caters for the recreational needs of the community while also provides meeting and function hall rooms that are very user friendly to people with disabilities.
In addition to the 2 court recreational stadium, facilities at the Centre include meeting rooms, central kitchen and main hall suitable for childrens birthday parties or gatherings. Plenty of parking is available. Please take note of our Conditions of Hire
Why not hold your children's next Birthday Party at the Community Stadium, with sporting and skating party options available.
The Centre is staffed by a full time Facilities Officer, Monday to Friday from 8am to 4.30pm.
Contact during business hours by phone on (08) 8405 6908, or Email.
The Parks Theatre and Recreation Centre consist of a proscenium arch theatre, a thrust stage theatre and sports stadium. Suitable for various sporting competitions, theatre productions, seminars, meetings, movie screenings, training days and a wide variety of other uses. All facilities have disability access. The Parks Community Centreis owned by YMCA not Council. Please contact email@example.com or call 8406 2951 for further information.