About us

Who Are We?

Meredith Community Centre, Inc. is located in a rural farming district located between Ballarat and Geelong.

The Meredith Community Centre actively contributes to building strong, connected communities in the Golden Plains Shire.

As part of the Central Highlands Association of Neighbourhood Houses,  we provide a wide range of courses, services and activities for people of all ages and from a broad section of cultural and social backgrounds and abilities.

We are a not for profit incorporated association, managed by a voluntary Committee of Management and a team of great staff.

What We Do

The Meredith Community Centre, Inc. provides a connection point for individuals, families, groups and organisations through:

  • Learning and Development

We are passionate about empowering and resourcing local community members with knowledge and skills.

  • Supporting Community Initiatives and Activities

Our team seeks to build a stronger, more connected and more resilient community.  If you and/or your group are seeking support with starting a local project please feel free to contact us to see if we can help.

  • Community Events

We support the development of local community celebrations and events. We have previously celebrated many events such as Get Online Week, International Women’s Day, Neighbourhood House Week, Dignity Drive and our Community Giving Tree Appeal.

Stay in touch to find out about upcoming celebrations and events or contact us if you are interested in partnering with us to run an event.

Meredith Community Centre is a Neighbourhood House funded through the Department of Health and Human Service Neighbourhood House Coordination Program (NHCP)  and a member of Learn Local – a network of over 300 not-for-profit organisations across Victoria offering adult community education and training to people from all walks of life.

  • Community Meeting Spaces

Our Community Centre has low cost rooms available for use.  Contact us to book a space.

  • Community Information

Are you looking for information about support and services available within our local community?

We provide individuals, families and community groups within our Community free and confidential support, information and referrals on a broad range of community issues.   We also offer support for online services.

  • Classes & Courses

The courses, activities and services we offer at the Centre aim to provide for the educational, social, recreational and health needs of all members of our community.

Classes are designed to encourage community based learning in a friendly and welcoming environment. With our motto being “Working for our Community” our focus is to provide opportunities so people can build social connections and networks and develop a sense of community spirit.

Do you have an idea for a class or would like to teach your skill?  We would love to hear from you!