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Bayside community centres

Our 6 community centres offer a wide range of activities for all ages and abilities. The centres conduct affordable programs to promote health and wellbeing, foster further education and hobbies, and enhance children's development and experiences.

We provide facilities and funding to support the centres. This helps to create opportunities for social connection and lifelong learning, making Bayside a better place to live.

BayCISS - Bayside Community Information & Support Services

BayCISS is a registered not-for-profit community charity providing an extensive range of services for community members living in the Bayside. Drop in 10am-4pm Monday-Friday for support.

12 Katoomba Street, Hampton East, 3188

Phone: 9555 6560 or 9555 9910

Email: manager [at] bayciss.org.au

Visit the BayCISS website

Brighton Recreational Centre

The Brighton Recreational Centre is a non-profit community-based organisation providing recreational, educational, cultural and sporting activities to reflect the needs of all age groups in the local community.

93 Outer Crescent, Brighton

Phone: (03) 9592 3033   

Email: enquiries [at] brightonrec.com.au

Visit Brighton Recreational Centre's website

Castlefield Community Centre

Castlefield is a small and inviting neighbourhood house managed by BayCISS (Bayside Community Information and Support Service). They run programs that respond to the needs of the community and hire facilities to local groups and private providers.

505 Bluff Road, Hampton

Phone: (03) 9598 0662

Email: castlefield [at] bayciss.org.au

Visit Castlefield's website

Hampton Community Centre

They offer social, educational & recreational activities for all the community in a warm welcoming environment. Choose from over 50 courses for languages, creative arts, kids and fitness, all led by experienced tutors.

14 Willis Street, Hampton

Phone: (03) 9598 2977

Email: info [at] hamptoncommunity.org.au

Visit Hampton Community Centre's website

Highett Neighbourhood Community House

They privde a large range of special interest groups and activities for kids, teens, adults and seniors. Learn new skills, socialize and be active.

2 Livingston Street, Highett

Phone: (03) 9555 3797

Email: office [at] highett.org.au

Visit Highett Neighbourhood Community House's website

Sandybeach Centre

They are an empowering Bayside community hub, encouraging personal and professional development through its wide open doors, friendly team and enthusiastic participants.

2 Sims Street, Sandringham

Phone: (03) 9598 2155

Email: admin [at] sandybeach.org.au   

Visit Sandybeach Centre's website

In addition to the wide variety of programs and activities, room hire and volunteering opportunities are also available at the community centres.