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Useful Links and Contacts

Community Groups & Programs @ BNH

Looking for Work

CVGT are at Bendigo Neighbourhood Hub every Thursday between 11am - 12noon - a consultant is available to assist people with a disability find employment in the Bendigo region.  No appointment necessary - this is a free service.

Men's Acquired Brain Injury Group

This social group is available to Men with an acquired brain injury - they meet weekly (Tuesday afternoons), sometimes at Bendigo Neighbourhood Hub to lodge their footy tipping, other times in the park for a BBQ or at the cinemas to catch the latest flick.  It's a fun group of men who share their ideas, make jokes and generally just enjoy getting together.

Get Studying

Looking for new training and career pathways - we have several leading training providers running courses in Aged Care and Community Services from our Facility.  For more information contact Warner Institute or WDEA.

Looking for a first aid or CPR course - keep an eye on our facebook page as we run these short courses throughout the year (we may even have a coffee making course coming up in the near future)

Get Social

Bendigo Newcomers
Bendigo Newcomers is a group that hosts regular social events where new comers can go along and meet new people and established residents in a friendly social environment.

Bendigo Social Group
A similar group, The Bendigo Social Group welcomes anyone who would like to meet other people and socialise in Bendigo.

Get Neighbourly

We know that we claim to be your neighbourhood house, but there are other great Neighbourhood Houses and Community Centres around Bendigo.
Eaglehawk Community House
Long Gully Neighbourhood Centre
Heathcote Commuinity House
Castlemaine Community House
Kangaroo Flat Community Centre
Inglewood Community Neighbourhood House

Get Support

Grow group Bendigo
Grow is a community organisation that has a peer-approach program for improving and maintaining mental wellbeing.  Bendigo Grow Group meet at Bendigo Regional Tennis Centre, Tuesdays 2-4pm 

Get Active

YMCA Bendigo
The YMCA runs a great variety of fitness groups, from swimming and boxing to gentler fitness activities like bushwalking and their very popular Heartmoves program which is run right here in our own building.

U3A Bendigo
The University of the Third Age is a learning and a social organisation. They also run (count them) four different types of walking groups and hold walking camps.

Keep Learning

Below is a short list of other Learn Local providers and community learning providers around Bendigo that just might have something that sparks your interest or imagination. We have concentrated on organisations that offer non-accredited special interest or short courses.

Goldfields Library Bendigo
U3A Bendigo
CEB (Continuing Education Bendigo)

Stay Present, Mindful, Aware, Centred etc..

Below are a couple of wonderful providers that offer free or affordable classes in yoga and meditation.