Engaging local people in local solutions

Working closely with communities in order to address a diverse range of place-based issues and opportunities. With the goal of fostering a caring and supportive environment, we operate multiple Neighbourhood Centres that serve as hubs for community engagement.

Our Neighbourhood Centres are designed to be responsive to the unique needs and interests of the communities they serve. We understand that every community has its own set of challenges and opportunities, and we are dedicated to providing tailored solutions that empower individuals and strengthen the collective fabric of the community.

180 Jubilee Terrace, Bardon QLD 4065
(07) 3510 2747

Emergency relief hotline: (07) 3198 4410 – open strictly Monday-Thursday, 1:30-3:30pm. No callbacks.

The North West Brisbane Community Hub operates Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am – 4.30pm and Tuesdays, 9am – 2.30pm.

Read more about the hub here

81 Musk Avenue, Kelvin Grove QLD 4059
07 3175 9975

The opening hours of the Exchange vary depending on what program is running. Check out our events page to find out more.

For information on hiring the Exchange, click here.


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    967 Brunswick Street, New Farm Qld 4005
    (07) 3358 5600

    Emergency relief hotline: (07) 3198 4410 – open strictly Monday-Thursday, 1:30-3:30pm. No callbacks.

    New Farm Neighbourhood Centre is open for drop in visits Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am to 1pm.

    Hire New Farm Neighbourhood Centre as a venue for your event

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    Neighbourhood Centres provide

    • Learning opportunities: groups and classes that have a focus on forming community connections, enhancing  well-being and resilience
    • Social support and networking including the opportunity to link and form relationships, to volunteer and to be involved.
    • Prevention: by relieving isolation, loneliness and boredom, and building the sense of trust, safety and belonging, the Neighbourhood Centre activities can reduce the need for expensive and intensive services.
    • Sustainability: to enable sustainability of the local community’s wellbeing through addressing a range of needs
    • Social justice: to address social justice issues through awareness raising, community education and social action
    • Infrastructure: Neighbourhood Centres aim to be accessible, safe and welcoming for all community members.