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Sydenham Neighbourhood House

  • Located above Sydenham Library, Level 1, 1 Station Street, Watergardens Town Centre, Taylors Lakes, 3038
  • Bunurong Country
  • sydnh@brimbank.vic.gov.au
  • Monday – Thursday 9:00am – 6:00pmFriday 9:00am – 5:00pm

Sydenham Neighbourhood House, one of the longest running Neighbourhood Houses, has been in operation since 1993. It is a facility that is for everyone, from every background, at every stage of life and every stage of learning.

Sydenham Neighbourhood House offers a number of opportunities that aim to strengthen the community and address local needs.

Our programs include: arts & craft, health, cultural programs, fitness and wellbeing activities, computers and technology classes, family and children’s programs, school holiday programs, skills development programs and youth programs including our fun and inclusive weekly Youth Drop-In sessions. We also run events for young people, study support and other community events.

Facilities and Services

  • Proximity to local transport, Watergardens Shopping Centre and Sydenham Library
  • Function hire with a capacity of 100
  • Three community activity rooms
  • Meeting rooms
    Volunteer participation
  • Dance Studio
  • Adjacent to employment agency
  • Study space

We also manage Keilor Community Hub, a centre that offers space to many groups and community members and also offers a range of programs.

We are always open to ideas that address the needs of our local community so come and talk with us about your ideas for projects and events!

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