Kinglake Ranges Neighbourhood House

 
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Welcome to Kinglake Ranges Neighbourhood House

The Kinglake Ranges Neighbourhood House is a community-based organisation where people meet to participate in a variety of social, supportive and educational programs, activities and services. We support individual’s, agencies and groups to foster positive development and a sense of community spirit.
KRNH offers programs targeted at many sectors of the community, with all age groups represented accros a range of activities including general leisure and recreation programs, health and exercise activites and adult learning programs. The house delivers two semesters of activites each year. KRNH sits on three acres of land and is surrounded by beautiful parkland.

Upcoming Events

  • Leadlighting with John

    Be inspired with weekly sessions from glass cutting to the finished work of art.

  • Permaculture Design Course

    learn the necessary skills to design a productive property of any size

  • Altered books, journals

    with Julie Have fun re-purposing a hardcover book and turning it into a useful journal or a series of arty spreads. Materials:   Basic materials…

What we offer

Events & Activities

Safe and supportive learning environment. All are welcome.

Volunteering

Volunteering opportunities available at the KRNH.

Op Shop

Affordable clothing and home wares offered for everyone.

Room Hire

Spaces for businesses and community groups to rent.

Semester Program

Download the most recent brochure here and book in soon.

House Groups

Arts, Historical, Landcare, Bees: all groups at KRNH.

Counselling

Be Well in the Ranges – free supportive counselling

Food Share Program

Access to the KRNH community Food Share Program.

Important COVID-19 message

Kinglake Ranges Neighbourhood House is committed to supporting and keeping its members up to date in responding to the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19).  While participating in classes and courses at the House there may be restrictions on numbers of participants and mask wearing is required indoors where social distancing can be maintained.

A person is not permitted to enter the neighbourhood house if:

  • they are feeling unwell
  • they have been potentially exposed to the virus and have not yet been tested
  • they have been tested but are still awaiting their test result

KRNH has introduced a QR Code and for participants who do not use a smartphone, a manual alternative is available to record details.

DHHS are continuing to update their website with new information about Covid-19, this can be viewed at: https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

Become a Member

Membership for KRNH is open to all residents of the Kinglake Ranges who have an interest in the aims and activities of KRNH and who support the existence of a Neighbourhood House in Kinglake.

The initial joining fee is $5.00, and then $5.00 per year thereafter, payable before the time of our Annual General Meeting. Each financial member is entitled to vote at all general meetings in person or by proxy.

Offline Membership Applicaiton

If you would prefer to complete the paper membership application, download this form and take it into the house.

Membership for KRNH is open to all residents of the Kinglake Ranges who have an interest in the aims and activities of KRNH and who support the existence of a Neighbourhood House in Kinglake.

The initial joining fee is $5.00, and then $5.00 per year thereafter, payable before the time of our Annual General Meeting. Each financial member is entitled to vote at all general meetings in person or by proxy.

Kinglake Ranges Neighbourhood House acknowledges and thanks our partners.