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Brockman Community House

Brockman Community House is a community owned not for profit organisation aiming to provide support for our local community and families in a way that fosters self sufficiency and empowering them in meeting their needs.


We offer Adult Education programs; Family Support information and courses; community-based Childcare & Outside School Hours Care; Creche and a number of other supportive and enriching programs. We are run by a Management Board comprised of volunteers from our community.

Address: Brockman Community House, 27 Hull Way, Beechboro WA 6063

Phone: 08 9279 1588

Download program:

pdfBrockman_Community_House_Term_3_Program.pdf

 

 

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