The Collingwood Football Club Community Centre at Victoria Park is one of the largest community centres of its kind in Australia.
The centre is the result of a three year project to redevelop the Bob Rose Social Club Building into a community hub – home to a range of not-for-profit community organisations.
The Yarra City Council in partnership with Collingwood has overseen a $7 million redevelopment that opened Victoria Park to the community and renewed the stadium as a community recreation, sport and open space.
The centre occupies five levels and overlooks the famous Victoria Park Oval. It is home to our community partners Headspace Collingwood, AFL SportsReady, ArtsReady, Mind Australia, the Collingwood Toy Library, and Eating Disorders Victoria.
Headspace Collingwood provides free mental health and well-being support, information and services to young people aged 12 to 25. The CFC Foundation and YSAS work in partnership to…Read More
AFL SportsReady is dedicated to empowering young Australians through quality employment opportunities and the delivery of specialised educational programs. Since 1994, over 10,000…Read More
The ArtsReady program is connects young Australians and the arts and creative sector through an entry-level training and support model that combines practical experience at work wi…Read More
The Collingwood Toy Library provides a wonderful service for carers and parents to borrow a range of educational toys, puzzles and games from the library based on the ground floor …Read More
connects those whose lives are affected by eating disorders with the people, services and hope they …Read More
Mind Australia is a leading provider of community mental health services in Victoria and South Australia and supports clients to live independent, productive and purposeful lives t…Read More