Welcome to Kororoit Creek Neighbourhood House
A community-managed neighbourhood house and eco-living centre
Welcome to Kororoit Creek Neighbourhood House
A community-managed neighbourhood house and eco-living centre
Welcome to Kororoit Creek Neighbourhood House
A community-managed neighbourhood house and eco-living centre

Sunshine Repair Cafe

We are excited to announce that the Sunshine Repair Café will be opening soon to bring the community together and reduce waste and we are looking for volunteers!  Who are we looking for?  We are looking for anyone interested in helping reduce waste! Can you repair a sewing machine, fix a lamp, repair a vacuum?  […]

Repair Cafe Project Worker

We’re Hiring! Passionate about sustainability? We’re looking for a community-minded person to work with us in establishing Brimbank Repair Cafe! Brimbank Repair Café is a new project being undertaken by Kororoit Creek Neighbourhood House with the support and partnership of the Brimbank City Council. The project aims to support community members to increase their knowledge […]

Term 4 Program 2022

Our term 4 program is now available. We have lots of exciting new communtiy projects in the works including our Garage Sale Trail event, Albion Artefacts – More Treasure Less Trash, coming up in November. We are also launching two new projects in coming months: Brimbank Repair Cafe and Cool Neighbourhoods — Urban Heat Island […]

Edible Perennial Garden Design Workshop

Join Karen Sutherland from Edible Eden Design for this planning workshop and learn how to create a productive perennial garden and grow more food at home! Discover how to identify garden microclimates, make the most of existing structures, plant for a continuous harvest, and what edible plants work well together. Saturday 20 August, 1pm to […]

Albion Community Garden Gardenblitz

Interested in getting involved in the community garden, finding out about wicking beds or permaculture design, and meeting your neighbours? Join us in the garden on Saturday 12 March from 10am for our garden blitz session! We’ll be adding more growing space to the community garden and doing some work on the existing wicking beds […]

Albion Community Garden Project Planning Session

Join us on Saturday 4 December at 1pm for our permaculutre planning session to develop a renewal plan for Albion Community Garden. During the session we will be looking at the fundamentals of permaculture design and how they can be used to improve sustainability and productivity of the garden, as well as sharing ideas about what you […]

KCNH Annual General Meeting

Kororoit Creek Neighbourhood House Inc will hold its 2020 Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 18 November 2020 at 7.15pm. Come along and hear about the great things the organisation has achieved over the past year. Everybody welcome. The details of this meeting are as follows: Wednesday 18 November at 7.15pm This meeting will take place […]

Sustainable Communities and the Sharing Economy

As part of our Community Climate Solutions project, we had a fascinating conversation with the Sharing Shed and Co-Housing Australia to discuss the real sharing economy and its possibilities in creating sustainable and more resilient communities. Check out the recording here Sharing Shed Sharing Shed Melbourne Inc. is a non-profit incorporated association run by a group […]

Solar Power and Community-Owned Renewable Energy

As part of our Community Climate Solutions project, we had a fascinating conversation with two renewable energy advocates to discuss new models for our energy system that offer opportunities to address the Climate Emergency and drive a just energy transition. Check out the recording here Doug Palmer Doug is a sustainability assessor and advocate for […]

The Gallery in Me

The Gallery In Me is a free visual arts program for kids aged 9-12 running at KCNH in the school holidays. Join us over the school holidays to experiment with art materials and discover which ones you can speak through. Make artworks that explore your world and tell us about you, and then exhibit them […]