Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre

Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre

There are no strangers here, only friends you haven't met before

Term Dates and Information

Term 2, 2022- Tuesday 26th April to Friday 24th June
(Centre Closed: Monday 13th June – Queen’s Birthday Public Holiday)

Term 3, 2022 – Monday 11th July to Friday 16th September

Term 4, 2022 – Monday 3rd October to Friday 16th December
(Centre Closed: Tuesday 1st November- Melbourne Cup Day Public Holiday) 

Term 1, 2023 – Monday 30th January to Thursday 6th April
(Centre Closed: Monday 13th March- Labour Day Public Holiday)

Upcoming Courses and Events

Jul 07
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Occasional Care
Jul 08
8:30 am - 1:30 pm
Occasional Care
Jul 11
All day
First Day of Term 3
Jul 11
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Jul 11
9:30 am - 10:15 am
Strength Training Pilates for Over 50s with Simone
Jul 11
10:30 am - 11:15 am
Strength Training Pilates for Over 50s with Simone
Jul 11
12:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Table Tennis for Over 50s
Jul 11
12:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Knitting Group
Jul 11
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Jul 12
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Playgroup (Tuesday morning session)


Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre provides a variety of courses and activities that reflect community demand. Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre is a not-for-profit organisation and course costs are kept as low as possible to encourage participation.

General points about Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre activities:

  • All courses are run on site.
  • The BNC office is open 9 – 3pm Monday to Thursday and 9 – 1pm Friday.
  • Courses are mostly held during school terms and the majority are held during daytime hours.
  • The children’s room caters for Playgroups, Occasional Care and 3 year old groups, and is heavily used.
  • The Complex hall is available to Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre for programs from Monday morning to Friday lunchtime, and is used for the most active programs eg dance and strength training.
  • Most craft, art and social programs use either the meeting room or craft room.
  • A specialised computer room is used for short introductory computer courses as well as having computers available for free community use under the Public Internet Access Program.
  • Rooms are available for hire during the week if not used by Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre courses.
  • Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre does not receive Adult, Community and Further Education funding for accredited training courses, and concentrates on lifestyle and skills development programs in categories of health and wellbeing, art and craft, introductory computer courses, social activities, children’s activities and childcare.
  • Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre is an active member of the Cardinia Cluster of Neighbourhood Houses.


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Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government.