Braybrook Community Hub
Braybrook Community Hub commenced operation in March 2015. It comprises of a library, community centre and associated spaces, community health centre, maternal and child health centre, early years centre, sport pavilion, men’s shed, and community gardens.
The Hub is owned and operated by the Maribyrnong City Council, with services delivered in partnership with cohealth, the Australian School of Optometry, One Tree Community Services, and the Braybrook Men’s Shed.
The objectives of the Braybrook Community Hub are to:
- foster an innovative model of integrated service delivery in a place based context
- promote equitable access to quality services that support individual and community wellbeing, now and into the future
- create a strong sense of community built on diversity of gender, age, culture, socioeconomic status, ability, lifestyle and faith that supports social inclusion and community decision making
107–139 Churchill Avenue, Braybrook 3019
Phone: 9188 5800
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Bus route: 408 and 410
9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday
Community Centre programs and activities
Check out our Programs and activities page for all our enrolment opportunities or alternatively you can download our term 1 newsletter here(PDF, 2MB)
Other facilities and co-located partners
Find out about volunteering opportunities at Braybrook Community Hub.
Charge your wheelchair or scooter battery here.
Join a Community Group at our centre
A not for profit charity that provides support to people at risk of or experiencing homelessness and offer weekly free community dinners every Sunday night
Academic tutoring for year 3 to VCE students and computer courses in excel, word and programming.