Sussex Neighbourhood House is open!
All activities and classes are back up and running as usual so come on in.
We still need to comply with all government directions to keep everyone safe and well so we ask that when you visit us that you:
1. do not come in if you are unwell
2. use hand sanitser when entering and leaving the building
3. check in with the Services Victoria QR code (we can help you do this).
4. must wear a mask indoors, unless you have a lawful reason not to.
5. get tested if you have symptoms or are directed, and isolate as directed.
Glad to be back- see you soon!
Programs, activities & groups
Welcome back to the House in 2021
Our program of activities and groups are in full swing for the year, but we still have spaces in some.
You can search through the activities for something that you might be interested in, or view or print our brochure for Term 1 2021 – HERE.
See below for details on how to book your place, or if you have any questions, please contact us by email at email@example.com or phone on 9354 2210 so we can help you out.
Please note that the health and safety of our staff, volunteers, members and house participants is our number one priority. As the COVID-19 situation develops, and we receive advice from our governing bodies and chief medical officer, we will update the community. And feel free to ask about our COVID19 Safe Plan when you arrive for your session or if you have any questions about our practices.
Let’s enjoy 2021!
Help and assistance
These are challenging times for us all. It is OK to ask for help, and here are some numbers of organisations offering assistance:
Lifeline 13 11 14
Kids Helpline 1800 551 800
MensLine Australia 1300 789 978
Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467
Beyond Blue 1300 22 46 36
Headspace 1800 650 890
QLife 1800 184 527
We are also aware that people living in our local community are requiring additional assistance such as food relief, please do not be shy to ask for assistance during these challenging times.
For Other services in Moreland see the Be Kind website page
Room hire is temporarily suspended until restrictions are lifted and we can guarantee the safety of our staff and community.
Please like our Facebook page for updates.
Maningrida Scrubs Project
Sussex Neighbourhood House is currently auspicing and working as a drop/pick up point for the Maningrida scrubs project. A small team in our local community are helping to sew scrubs for a local health centre in Arnhem land.
To find out more please click here
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.
How do I enrol in a course/workshop?
To secure a place in a course or workshop you need to complete and enrolment form and pay for the course. Ways to pay:
- Online by searching Activities, selecting the activity you are interested in and clicking on the “Book Now” button. You will be asked to pay online but the payment will not be processed until your booking is confirmed by the House.
- In person (cash, cheques, money orders or eftpos)
- Over the phone with a credit card
- Organisations can request and invoice. Fees apply. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.