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Playgroup is BACK!

Kooloora is excited to announce the return of our Playgroup! 🤸‍♂️🤩😁🥳 We will initially reopen Playgroup on Wednesdays 10am-12pm. We have put in place COVID-19 safety distancing measures. One of the measures is limited number of places in Playgroup as well as limited number of toys available. But don’t worry there will still be lots ofContinue reading “Playgroup is BACK!”

Food Program at Kooloora

Please call us on 0481 756 759 or 02 9661 9160 if you are in need of food. You may also visit us at the centre or email koolooracommunity@outlook.com. Please send this information to anyone you know who might need some help.

Free Flu Shot and Testing Clinic -New Schedule

Kirketon Road Centre are conducting a free covid 19 testing clinic and flu shot outside Kooloora Community Centre on Thursdays between 2-4PM. Please refer to the flyer above for additional testing venues and times. For more information call Kirketon Road Centre on 02 9360 2766.

Kids Zone is back!

Our After School Program is back on Monday, 01June! Our winter schedule is from 3:15-5:30pm. Open to all 6-14 years old. Dinner and snacks provided. Lots of fun also provided. 😉For information call 02 9661 9160..See you kids on Monday! 😁🤸‍♂️ #kolooracommunitycentre #kooloora #kidszone #afterschool

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Need help with your Energy Bill?

Energy Accounts Payment Assistant (EAPA) helps anyone in NSW experiencing a short term financial crisis or emergency to pay their electricity or natural gas bill.

At Kooloora, we have trained EAPA volunteers available for anyone requesting support due to financial hardship.



Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life.”

Nelson Mandela


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Kooloora Community Centre acknowledges the Gadigal and Bidjigal Clans,  who traditionally occupied the Sydney Coast. 

We respect those Elders, past and present, and thank them for allowing us to work and study on their lands.