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Glenroy Community Hub

The Glenroy Community Hub is an integrated health and lifelong learning centre designed to support, educate, and inspire locals at all stages of their life.

It is ‘a one-stop shop’ for residents to have access to Council and community-based services in Moreland’s north, all under one roof.

Learn more about the design of Glenroy Community Hub.

Location

Glenroy Community Hub is located at 50 Wheatsheaf Road, Glenroy.

Glenroy Library

The new library offers many new services and improved facilities for traditional service offerings; a garden for adults and another for children are examples.

  • A creative maker space; recording studio, and jam room are located in the heritage wing that once was the original Glenroy Primary School. 

  • The red-brick heritage wing includes a dedicated space for teens and young adults; it features a youth collection, lounge and screen games pod

    You can find out more about the services and programs at all our libraries on our Libraries page.

You can find out more about the services and programs at all our libraries on our Libraries page.

Customer Service Centre 

The Council Help desk is in the library near the entrance at Bridget Shortell Reserve. Our friendly staff will answer your queries about Council services and help with payments and processes.

More information about this location and our other Customer Service Centres is available on our Contact us page.

Maternal and Child Health Centre

Council’s dedicated nurses will nurture the health of infants, toddlers and their families in private consultations and in group programs including: playgroups, new parent groups, breastfeeding and sleep settling sessions.

More information about this centre's services and those of our other Maternal and Child Health centres is on our Maternal and Child Health services page.

Glenroy Hub Children's Centre

The Northern Schools Early Years Cluster offers families a new early childhood education and long day care service. The Glenroy Hub Childrens’ Centre delivers creative learning programs and integrated kindergarten, to educate children from 0 to 6.

You can find out more about the Glenroy Hub Children's Centre on the Northern Schools Early Years Cluster website.

Kindergarten

Sessional Kindergarten programs for 3-year-olds and 4-year-olds will commence from Term 2. The Glenroy Memorial Preschool offers stimulating and fun learning experiences by a diverse group of teachers and educators. The kindergarten offers support to families in Arabic, Italian, Maltese, and Sinhalese.

You can find out more about this kindergarten on the Glenroy Memorial Preschool website.

Community Health Centre

A new community health centre will be established at the Glenroy Hub by cohealth. Over time, cohealth will identify and respond to the needs of the community, designing health and support services that will help children, their families, and the community to thrive.

As an organisation, cohealth’s mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of those most in need and to tackle health inequities in partnership with people and their communities. With a long-standing commitment to promoting human rights and social equity, cohealth delivers culturally safe, accessible and inclusive services.

You can find out more about cohealth on the cohealth website.

Glenroy Neighbourhood Learning Centre

Adult and community education programs will be delivered by the Glenroy Neighbourhood Learning Centre (GNLC) in an intimate and relaxed classroom space upstairs at the Glenroy Hub.  

The GNLC also supports local management of the Glenroy Hub community garden and is eager for new volunteers.

You can find out more about the learning centre and its programs on the Glenroy Neighbourhood Learning Centre website.

Community rooms for hire

Four meeting rooms at the Glenroy Hub are available for hire for community events, celebrations and business functions including after hours and at weekends.

You can find booking information on community meeting rooms here (link to be developed).

Bridget Shortell Reserve

Bridget Shortell Reserve on Wheatsheaf Road is the Glenroy Community Hub’s front garden.

Upgraded with new landscaping and recreation facilities, the park now offers a children’s playground, barbeque area, and a new public sculpture by Moreland artist, Isadora Vaughan.

Find out more about these artworks and Council’s public art program here.

Take away café outlet coming soon

A social enterprise café will be established in a re-purposed shelter shed once a feature of the Glenroy Primary School.

Watch this space for details.

Glenroy Hub Grand Opening

The grand opening of the Hub will be the centrepiece of the 2022 Glenroy Festival.

Services in the building will open to the public incrementally from February through to April.

The major celebration of this landmark building will be held on May 15.

Find out more 2022 Glenroy Festival.