Term 2 2018 at Yarrunga

Do you live in Croydon Hills, Croydon, Warranwood, Ringwood, Mooroolbark or Chirnside Park and looking for a range of health and wellbeing, art and craft, social groups or educational programs?

We have a number of health and wellbeing classes including yoga, tai chi, pilates, strength training for seniors and interval training.

If you prefer art and craft we have art classes, crochet, calligraphy and kids art and craft.

We also have cooking, social groups, on-line training and more.

Our  2018 Term 2 Short Course and Activity Guide is available now to download.

Download the Term 2 Guide here.

Yarrunga Community Centre

iPad Classes at Yarrunga

Art Classes at Yarrunga

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Kitchen operations

Welcome to Yarrunga

Welcome to Yarrunga Community Centre.
Yarrunga means "beneath tall trees" and represents the importance of maintaining the natural environment in an area undergoing rapid urban development and evokes pictures of people meeting to share and learn in a friendly and welcoming place.

Our mission is to respond to the educational, social and leisure needs of your community in an inclusive environment.

We’re a member of Learn Local - a network of over 300 not-for-profit organisations across Victoria offering adult community education and training to people from all walks of life.

Take your time browsing through our website to find out what opportunities your Centre has to offer you.

Heidi Butler-Moore


We need your support ...


Yarrunga Community Centre is currently organising a petition for a regular bus service along Croydon Hills Drive so that people can better access the Centre using public transport. The reasons for this are:

  • the current bus routes around Yarrunga are too far away from the Centre for older people, disabled people and non-drivers
  • telebus services do not cover the Centre's opening hours, can be difficult to organise when leaving the Centre, and do not operate on weekends or after hours
  • all other community centres in the City of Maroondah have public transport services to their Centres placing Yarrunga Community Centre at a disadvantage when developing and running programs for non-drivers

The ability to easily access Yarrunga Community Centre via public transport will let many non-drivers gain the independence to participate in educational programs that can lead them towards employment and further training; improve their health and wellbeing with fitness and lifestyle programs; and relieve isolation through access to social groups.

How can you help? Please come into the Centre and sign our petition.

What's happening at Yarrunga

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Find a course at Yarrunga

Yarrunga Community Centre has a variety of educational and recreational courses ranging from health and wellbeing through to digital literacy and more. To browse our courses visit 'Courses' in the main menu or click on a category below.

Arts and Crafts