Education…….. Recreation…….. Celebration
Altona Meadows Community Centre is an inclusive and open place for information & referral, community services and programs and activities. Programs can change from term to term and special activities and one day workshops are arranged throughout the year for those people who can’t commit to a long term course.
Our fees are deliberately kept low to encourage participation and community support and development. Drop into the centre and check out our Community Noticeboard and see what’s happening in your local neighbourhood.
Download our term brochure here
Community Café runs from the centre every Friday at 12 noon with affordable 3 course meal and a friendly welcoming environment…
Why not come down with a few friends, enjoy a home cooked meal and support your local community. Bookings are essential and we ask that you try to book by the Thursday of each week.
Cost: $10 or $6 concession. Contact: 8368 0177 for bookings.
Hope Central Community Church
When: Sunday Services 10am at the Centre
- Relevant messages
- kids space for children of all ages
- mens, womans & youth groups
Contact: Pastor Stephen Holt 0425 797 390
Western Suburbs Wargames Association
Wargames is a strategy game that deals with military operations of various types, real or fictional. Competitions run throughout the year. Meets fortnightly at the Centre.
Contact: [email protected]
The Edible Garden Project
The Beginners Guide to Growing your own food at home in Wicking Beds, was aimed at beginners who would like to learn how to grow their own food. You don’t have to be a home owner to do this. Anyone can grow from pots, containers, balconies, front yards or backyards.
So what are Wicking beds? : Wicking beds are a unique way to grow vegetables. They are self-contained raised beds with built-in reservoirs that supply water from the bottom up – changing how, and how much, you water your beds.
Health Benefits Community & home gardens provide access to fresh, traditional produce and nutritionally rich foods. Studies have shown that gardeners and their families eat healthier. People who garden (or who live with someone who gardens) tend to eat more fruits and vegetables on a daily basis.
Our community now shares in the crop of herbs & vegetables currently growing in our Wicking beds!