A Welcoming Place
to Engage and Grow
Aberfoyle Community Centre was opened in March 1987 and was located at 56 Sunnymeade Drive, Aberfoyle Park, after formerly being based in a transportable hut on the Aberfoyle Park Primary School Campus grounds. It was the result of the work of a dedicated group of residents, the former Happy Valley Council and local community groups.
The Centre’s activities eventually outgrew the space available at the Sunnymeade Drive site and the decision was made to construct a new facility. In 2008 we moved to our current location at 1 Jessica Street Aberfoyle Park. The Community Centre is a vibrant, living and evolving part of the local community and continues to aim to meet the needs of the residents through a variety of group activities as well as volunteering opportunities. The Centre is run by a Board of Management (volunteers) and a team of over 100 volunteers supported by the Community Development Officer and the Community Development Support Officer. Many local groups meet at the Centre as we offer a wide range of group activities for residents ranging from arts and craft to general interest through to adult education with the aim to promote well-being and involvement amongst members of the community.
Without them it would not be possible
Our Board Members
The City of Onkaparinga is a local government area (LGA) located on the southern fringe of Adelaide, South Australia. It is named after the Onkaparinga River, whose name comes from Ngangkiparinga, a Kaurna word meaning women’s river.
It is the largest LGA in South Australia, with a population of over 170,000 people in both urban and rural communities and is also geographically expansive, encompassing an area of 518.3 km². The council is headquartered in the Noarlunga Centre with area offices situated in Aberfoyle Park, Woodcroft and Willunga.
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