Welcome to Sussex Neighbourhood House!
Sussex Neighbourhood House is a community hub committed to providing lifelong learning; social activities that are inclusive, accessible and sustainable for the local community. We offer a range of activities suitable for all ages and abilities.
OUR ADDRESS IS: 7 Prospect St. Pascoe Vale.
Located at the Pascoe Vale Community Center next to the Pascoe Vale Outdoor Pools.
2020- SEMESTER 1, COURSE ACTIVITY GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE! ENROLMENTS NOW OPEN.
Our 2020 Semester 1 Guide is now available. Click here to view.
Check it out and share it with your friends and family!
Please give us a call if you need more information on the guide.
- Crochet for Beginners
- Pascoe Vale Basket Makers Group
- Introduction to Microsoft Programs, Word, Powerpoint, Excel & Publisher
- English for Jobseekers Conversation
- English for Jobseekers Digital Literacy
- Smart devices for beginners – returns
- Yoga for Autism & Additional Needs
- Drumming for wellness youngsters
- Drumming for wellness Adults
- Active adult/Gentle exercise
- Introduction to Tai Chi
Please ring us for more information on 9354 2210.
How do I enrol in a course/workshop?
To secure a place in a course or workshop you need to complete and enrollment form and pay for the course. Ways to pay:
- In person (cash, cheques, money orders or eftpos)
- Over the phone with a credit card
- Organisations can request and invoice. Fees applies. Please ring for more information.
For *ACFE funded courses, use this form:
For all other courses/workshops or social activities, please complete this form:
Please let us know if there is something you would like to do with us.
Keep Sharing, Learning, Enjoying and Growing!
All the best,
From the Sussex Neighbourhood House Team.
If you have any questions about our programs, please email us or call us email@example.com or give us a call on 03 9354 2210.
Acknowledgement of Land
For thousands of years indigenous people have walked on this land.
Their relationship with the land is at the centre of their lives.
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation,
For their custodianship throughout the ages.