House Groups

Groups at the House

Since our inception, we have a strong commitment to supporting and partnering with local groups who add value to our community. Our partnerships with these groups have both formal and informal structures. Some of these groups use our rooms and resources for their meetings and others receive administrative or financial support. We often work with our House groups to deliver project and events.

Kinglake Ranges Arts

Welcome all artists, budding artists and art enthusiasts!

From beginners to advanced, Kinglake Ranges Arts provide opportunities to learn skills through their workshops, excursions and sharing.

Watch out for our news each month in the Mountain Monthly.



For more information on our classes & courses, please check out our Events Calendar to book in and pay online.  OR you can download our program by clicking here. 

For more information

phone: 03 5786 1301

Kinglake Historical Society

The Kinglake Historical Society works to collect and preserve the information and memorabilia related to the history of the district.

The group meet to collate and catalogue information and photos, or at other times by arrangement.

KHS encourages and welcomes new members to support the preservation of our history.

For more information email:

Date & Time:


 Monthly Meetings. For dates, times and venue, please contact KRNH on 5786 1301


$3.00 per session plus $5.00 KRNH / $11.00KHS Annual Fee

There is an additional option to be a KHS Associate Member for only $10.00 annually.

Kinglake Landcare

Kinglake Landcare works with the community for the preservation and enhancement of the local environment.

The group is involved with roadside and creek rejuvenation work and can provide information and assistance for landholders. 

Anyone is welcome to our monthly meetings.

For more information contact: John – 0419 858 504

Third Monday of each month. No meetings Easter Monday or during Winter.

Date & Time Term 1:

 21 February, 21 March, 16 April

7:30 pm


$5.00 KRNH / $11.00 KLC Annual fee


Kinglake Scouts Hall (upstairs) at Kinglake Memorial Reserve

Buzz of the Bees

Buzz of the Bees is a group of beekeepers and “wanna bees” who get together to support and discuss Bees, and Bee related topics, in a friendly casual group. If you live in the area and keep or would like to keep bees, then this is the place to meet and greet!

Sue Zuber & Vin Anderson, both local bee-keepers, would like to share their knowledge and invite you along to their monthly casual discussions and sharing of ideas. Whether you are a beginner or long-time beekeeper, come and join us and tell your story.

Buzz of the Bees has a working Bee Hive agt the Neighbourhood house, if you are interested in having Bees of your own, this is a great place to get hands on experience

Date & Time:

Monthly Meetings. First Thursday of the Month

  • 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm


    $3.00 per session plus $16.00 NH Annual Fee

    Knit Knacks

    Learn the secrets of successful knitting and achieve results of which you will be proud.

    Hands-on skills and help with selecting a project is offered. Some yarns, patterns and knitting needles are available. The Knit Knack group welcomes anyone who has their own project they want to work on in the company of others (sewing machines are also available to use).

    Date & Time:



    $3 per session + $16 KRNH annual fee

    Kinglake CWA

    Looking to join a lovely group of women focused on supporting our local community and building great long-lasting friendships?

    The Kinglake CWA has all this and much more.

    Meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month from 7:30 pm at the Kinglake Ranges Neighbourhood House. Join us as we learn from each other be it craft, cooking, gardening or guest speakers.

    Throughout the year we also assist in catering for community events and Fundraising at Market Stalls.

    For more information email:

    Date & Time:

    Time: 7.00pm, 1st Tuesday of each month


    $2 per meeting (covers room hire and refreshments)


    $82.00 per year (or part thereof) includes monthly magazine subscription.

    Kinglake Heritage Centre

    We welcome visitors, new and former residents of Kinglake to find out more about the past characters and features of the area, giving historical members and other volunteers a way of interacting with the community.

    For more information

    phone: 03 5786 1301

    Date & Time:

    Sundays – Reopening 31 Jan 2021

    • Every Sunday
    • 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm


    Donations welcome


    1055 Whittlesea-Kinglake Rd, Kinglake West

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