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St Leonards Community Space
Venue aims to assist residents to meet other members of the community, learn new skills, conduct activities that meet the needs of the community and further social, artistic and recreational interests.
This air conditioned space will cater for small meetings, social gatherings, activities and classes.
Meeting space consisting of three areas; small meeting room approximately 8 people, foyer area/meeting room for approximately 20 people.
Internet access, art and craft activities, computer and other courses. Facilities for meetings includes whiteboard, large television etc.
Photocopying, A4 laminating.
Unisex toilet with disability access and a baby change table.
3/1377 Murradoc Road (corner Blanche Street), St Leonards 3223 VIC Australia
c/- Neville Richards, 1377 Murradoc Road (corner Blanche Street), St Leonards 3223 VIC Australia
Community group or not-for-profit – unincorporated
Association of Neighbourhood Houses and Learning Centers (ANHLC), Barwon Network of Neighbourhood Houses; Under the Auspice of SpringDale Neighbourhood Center.
Bellarine, St Leonards
03 5216 9255
Annual membership $5; $2 per person per session. Fees for courses are kept to a minimum. Usually approximately $10 per hour. Internet usage $2 per session.
Yes - Volunteers required to help staff the St Leonards Community Space.
Public transport access:
Yes - Bus stop in main street.
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Monday to Friday:
10:00am to 3:00pm
Groups and classes
Open at various times
Hire times -
call for bookings (community groups and business meetings)
8:30am to 11:00pm
Volunteer - Reception, Ukulele Coordinator
03 5216 9255 / 03 5257 2032
Health and fitness
Community development groups
30/07/2018 2:02:33 PM
Conditions and privacy
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land, the
People of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, Elders in our community and our emerging leaders.