2019 has been another successful year for the Yarraville Community Centre and we are excited to venture into another year filled with innovative and community focussed programs and opportunities.

    Without our incredible supporters and partners we wouldn’t be able to deliver our diverse range of inclusive and accessible programs ranging from art and culture, life skills, employability skills and vocational training. These partnerships ensure our students have access to a wide a range of education and training services and are not locked in with a single service provider for life.

    Our short courses and workshops continue to receive rave reviews. YCC are frequently introducing new fun and exciting classes ranging from Japanese pottery to hip hop dance.

    The success of our programs is without a doubt because of our wonderful tutors and teachers who continue to inspire and motivate our students every day.

    Our youth leaders also continue to do wonderful work supporting young people in the west running fun informal events that focus on healthy gaming, developing life skills and providing a safe and supportive space. The group recently held a Halloween event that proved to be a huge success and lots of fun was had by all.

    If you haven’t visited our centre before, make time to drop in and meet the YCC team and check out our historic building in Francis Street.

    Please note we close for the festive season from Friday, 20 December 2019 and will reopen on Monday 13 January 2020.

    To our staff, students, tutors, teachers, friends and partners we thank you for your continued support and look forward to another exciting year in 2020.

    For more information on YCC go to

    Yarraville Community Centre
    Yarraville Community Centre
    Office: 59 Francis Street, Yarraville Vic 3013 Mail: PO Box 215, Yarraville Vic 3013 Phone: 9687 1560 Email: Web:

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