Neighbourhood Houses and Community Centres are for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. We have ten Neighbourhood Houses and Community Centres in our municipality. Brimbank City Council manages five and the other five are community managed not-for-profit organisations.
Our facilities are friendly places with low cost or no charge activities which strengthen local communities. Most activities are held during school terms.
Learning in Brimbank Course Guide - Now Online!
The Discover! Learning in Brimbank Course Guide is now also available online. You can browse by venue, category, or area. It's easy!
Courses include Arts, Body, Mind and Spirit, Book Groups, Computers, Crafts, Cooking, Dancing, Family Activities, Fitness and Sport, Games, Gardening, Homework Help, Job Skills, Languages, Music, Social Activities, Writing, and Sustainable Living.
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- Cairnlea Community Hub and Hunt Club Community and Arts Centre -
- CommUnity Plus - Neighbourhood House - Deer Park
- Delahey Community Centre -
- Derrimut Community Centre
- Duke Street Community House
- Keilor Community Hub
- Sydenham Neighbourhood House -
- Tin Shed - St Albans Community Youth Club Inc.
- West Sunshine Community Centre -
- Westvale Community Centre -
- Good Shepherd Community House
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Neighbourhood House Partnership Agreement and Brimbank Neighbourhood House Strategic Plan 2013-2016
The Neighbourhood Houses in Brimbank have collaborated to develop a single vision: "A strong partnership that creates strong and connected communities".
The Partnership Agreement, 2013-2016 between Council and Brimbank Neighbourhood Houses articulates the statement of shared values, vision, and commitment to working in partnership.
Aligned to this Partnership Agreement, is the Brimbank Neighbourhood House Strategic Plan 2013-2016. This plan provides direction for joint activities between Brimbank's Neighbourhood Houses.
Last updated 26/07/2017