The heart of a strong community is a meeting place where people come and gather, share information and care for each other.
The Wandana Community Centre is run for and by the community at Gilles Plains in Adelaide’s north. Respecting people from a diversity of backgrounds, cultures, ages and gender, the Centre fosters and encourages personal growth and lifelong learning.
The grounds of the Wandana Community Centre house our community garden, with shared (not individual) plots. Produce is distributed among the gardeners and the Community Centre Kitchen. The garden is also home to a fruit and nut orchard, bush food area, indigenous plant trail and raised garden beds to assist people with disabilities.
The garden promotes knowledge about sustainable food production and nutrition while being a great way to keep fit and make friends.
Wandana’s team of volunteers cooks a three-course halal meal every Wednesday. The `Lovely Lunches’ are $8 and include tea and coffee. Everyone welcome! Lunch is served from 12pm. Wandana Community Centre Menu.
English as a Second Language (ESL) Program
The Centre is also home to several English classes throughout the week. Catering from beginners to advanced, these classes are also available specifically for women. Child care is also available and classes cost $2 per session.
Who: People living in Adelaide’s north.
How: Just drop in! You’ll find the Centre at 14 Blacks Road, Gilles Plains.
Where: Based at Gilles Plains.
Contact: You can reach the Centre on (08) 8261 8124 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Activities Guide: Take a look at the Wandana Activities Guide for our current term
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