A non-profit organisation, Coromandel Community Centre Inc., is run by a Board of Management (BOM) comprised of interested volunteers from the local community. The Board meets regularly to plan and make decisions concerning the facility.
The Community Development Officer (CDO) and Community Development Support Officer (CDSO) develop, design and manage programs and events within financial guidelines to support and interest all levels of our local community, carry out internal and external liaison activities, and manage volunteers.
Day-to-day office procedures, general liaison with Centre participants, and some general tidiness in and around the Centre, are carried out by volunteers from the local community under guidance from the CDO and CDSO, while major matters are the responsibility of the Board and Onkaparinga Council.
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A welcoming place where our community meets to learn, connect, contribute and celebrate.
Respect – Valuing each other and each other's contributions.
Professionalism – We approach what we do with a commitment to excellence through continuous improvement.
Open and equal access – Everyone is welcome.
Individual Growth – Nurturing individuals helps develop a community....
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After extensive lobbying by families and established playgroups in the Coromandel Valley area for a community centre, negotiations commenced with the City of Happy Valley council to construct a building at the Weymouth Oval. The building was opened in 1991.
The first users of the Centre were Playgroups, Nursing Mothers and a group called LEGS (Ladies Evening Get togethers).
The Centre became an incorporated body in 1997. With volunteers as office administrators, program co...
Coromandel Community Centre Inc.
Coromandel Community Centre is an example to other community organisations through the development of its Volunteer Program, which ensures that volunteers receive the training and recognition necessary to successfully support the Centre as well as to reach their personal potential.
The Centre is available to hire for family celebrations, group events, organisational training and meetings, either on a regular schedule or for one off...
In 2021 Coromandel Community Centre was accredited for Service Excellence.
The policies that inform and guide the actions and activities of our staff and volunteers are integral to maintaining that high standard. They can be read online or downloaded from this page.
The latest Annual General Report can be found...
Available for Hire
This is a well equipped and flexible function venue, with spaces ideally suited to family celebrations, meetings, presentations, hobby, art and craft sessions and more.
The Main Room, adjoining a large verandah area, is the most popular hire space for celebrating birthdays, engagements, weddings and anniversaries. Coromandel Community Centre's smaller Activity Room is popular for small group activities and meetings.
The outdoor playground is enclosed and protected by shade...
Centre Weekly Program
You can download the term program by going to Read More.