Kilburn Community Centre

Kilburn Community Centre offers programs and activities for everyone, and it's co-located with the Welcoming Centre. Discover what makes Kilburn Community Centre so special.

Welcome to Kilburn Community Centre

Located in a culturally rich and diverse part of PAE, Kilburn Community Centre offers a wide range of services and programs. Just off Prospect Road, this centre is an important meeting place and community hub for people from Kilburn, Blair Athol and beyond. It’s an active, thriving centre that caters for the needs of many social groups and individuals, including local residents from diverse backgrounds and ages.

Location and opening times

Address: 59 Gladstone Avenue, Kilburn
Phone: 8405 6730
Open: 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, with regular groups meeting after hours on weekends

Programs and activities

Explore diverse programs including disability support, cooking, community lunches, children’s playgroups, art and dance groups, church groups, classes for yoga, fitness and tai chi, Taekwondo, badminton and basketball.

Download the Kilburn Community Centre Activities Guide
Download the programs and activities guide

Hiring the community centre

Kilburn Community Centre offers ample car parking and is surrounded by open space. There are meeting rooms, a creche, hall and kitchen facilities, and a fully equipped stadium suitable for a range of indoor sports. There’s an accessible toilet in the building. Groups can request to hire Kilburn Community Centre for regular meetings or activities.

Kilburn Community Centre is not available for parties or urgent hire.

Request to book Kilburn Community Centre

Download the floor plan

Frequently asked questions

Several buses stop at the centre, as does the community bus.

The centre is not staffed on public holidays, but it may be open for hirers who have pre-approved bookings.

No. Kilburn Community Centre is not available for parties. View our halls for hire instead. The Lefevre Community Stadium and Lights Community and Sports Centre also offer children's parties.

No. You don’t need to pay to visit Kilburn Community Centre, but there may be costs associated with joining a group or attending a class.

Absolutely! We’re always on the lookout for volunteers to help us welcome visitors to the centre, and run classes or group activities. Check out our volunteer page for current opportunities.