Including Perth, Rockingham, Karrakatta and Bullsbrook.
Visit the aircraft noise website for information about Defence's management of aircraft noise near Childcare facilities.
Free courses for families, parents and carers in the community. To book a place in a workshop please email: email@example.com.
The Ellenbrook Toy Library is a non profit organisation that is run solely by volunteer members and is financed through membership fees, fund raising and grant applications. Catering for ages birth to 10yrs, they have a wide range of DVD's, games, jigsaws, dress ups and ride ons.
The library has been concentrating on increasing their range of games/tools that are suitable for children needing more help with their speech and language skills. There are also iPads available for families who live with Austism.
Where: Woodlake Community Centre, 2 Highpoint Blvd, Ellenbrook
Open: 9.30am to 11.00am every Saturday during school term
More info: www.ellenbrooktoylibrary.com.au or firstname.lastname@example.org
Karrakatta Community House is located in two houses, side by side, at Irwin Barracks. One of the houses is dedicated to courses or seminars held over the year, such as craft activities or first aid courses. The other house serves as a babysitting venue for when courses are held, run by qualified carers, and equipped with toys, sleeping, and feeding facilities. It is also used as for a playgroup on Mondays.
Where: Stubbs Terrace, Irwin Barracks, Karrakatta
When: Open Monday 9.30 am–11.30 am for playgroup, Tuesday 9.30 am–12.30 pm and Friday 9.30–12.30 pm for courses
More information: 08 9385 0554 or email@example.com
The SASR Auxiliary was formed in 1965 by partners of soldiers serving in the Regiment to give support and promote friendship among SASR families. This volunteer, not-for-profit organisation, has become a vital component of the Regiment’s informal family support system.
The SASR Auxiliary offers regular opportunities for partners and families to meet through weekly playgroups, social and informative events such as education sessions, theme nights and parenting seminars. Babysitting is usually offered for all Auxiliary events. The Auxiliary provides workshops and personal development courses for health and wellbeing for its members and surrounding communities. It also assists charitable and other philanthropic causes. Members receive regular newsletters, which serve as an information source on support staff and broader Defence support activities and services.
Marilla Community Centre
Marilla Community Centre is your Defence funded Community Centre.
VVCS provides free and confidential, nation-wide counselling and support for war and service-related mental health conditions, such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, sleep disturbance and anger.
he following resources and websites can give you a good grounding in local information and services available.