Flemington Community Centre

Address: 25 Mt Alexander Road, Flemington (Melway ref: 2A D1)

Phone: 8325 1800

Email: fcc@mvcc.vic.gov.au

Flemington Community Centre is your gateway to community participation, located in the peaceful surrounds of Debneys Park. 


Our community centre has a variety of affordable programs and activities developed with the community, local groups and organisations. There are exercise, art, craft, dance, music and cooking options for people of all ages.

Take a look at our program guide

Hall or room hire

The centre has a variety of rooms suitable for meetings, classes and other activities.

There is an art room and a large main hall with large kitchen also available for hire.

Fees for hire are competitive and there are special rates for community groups with many local organisations and groups using the centre for their programs.

Fees and charges

Regular hire

  Subsidised  Community  Funded Agency  Commercial 
Classroom per hour
 $8.80  $14   $20.50   $29
Hall per hour
 $10  $15.50  $29  $45
Kitchen per hour*
 $8.75  $15  $20.50  $30.50
Computer use per booking
 $5.30  $10.50   $16  $21
Bond per booking
 $350  $350  $350  $350

*Kitchen is free if booked in conjunction with hall

Casual hire

Subsidised Community Funded Agency Commercial
Classroom per hour
$10 $16 $24 $55
Hall per hour
$10.50 $17.50 $35.50 $64
Kitchen per hour**
$10 $16 $25 $44.50
Computer use per booking
$7 $12 $18 $28
Bond per booking
$350 $350 $350 $350

**Kitchen only charged for one hour if booked in conjunction with hall

Office hire

Funded agency aligned with identified community need
Hourly $5 $31 
Half day (4 hours) $15.50 $93
Full day (8 hours) $26 $155

Equipment hire

Charge per booking 
 PA (Microphone & Amplifier) $21
 Data Projector $21
 Stereo $15.80
 CD Player $15.80
 TV and DVD Player $15.80
 Insurance $23
 Late exit fee At hourly commercial rate
 Additional cleaning fee Determined by cleaner


At Flemington Community Centre volunteers make a difference to our community through roles in the following programs: 

  • Family Inclusive Language and Learning Support (FILLS): helping local students to improve literacy, numeracy, and tackle their homework and assignments.  
  • DriveLink: providing newly arrived migrants and refugees with driving practice to build confidence for their driving test.
  • Creativity and Learning: facilitating arts, crafts and other rewarding and enjoyable activities.

From time to time, new volunteers are needed. When available, volunteering opportunities are advertised on our website. Go online to see full information and to register your interest.

If you prefer, call and ask one of our friendly staff to send you information on any roles available.

Last updated: Tuesday, 13 February 2018, 8:11 AM