Last month we had the pleasure of joining these legends from NUAA NSW and the Kirketon Road Centre at the Northcott Housing Estate for Overdose Awareness Day. It was beautiful sunny day with COVID safe food, fun and music.Read More
In the world as it is today, children give us a priceless gift – they remind us that wonderful things are everywhere! You and your child have an exciting journey ahead, and at our Centre we are grateful to be part of this journey.
Combining love for old-world values with the exciting principles of modern day education, we aim to inspire the children in our care to be creative and to enjoy discovery and learning.
Provided by the Surry Hills Neighbourhood Centre – proudly serving the community for over 40 years.
The SHNC computer course will teach you the basics including; How to access emails, how to use social media platforms such as Facebook and how to use Word, Power Point and other Office programs.
Would you like to improve your English? Our English classes are designed to help students gain confidence. You will also improve your English conversation skills. No Visa is required and everyone is welcome.
Our Tai Chi classes are open to all members of the community. Our teacher has extensive experience teaching different techniques of traditional Tai Chi. You don’t need to be experienced at Tai Chi. All levels are welcome.
60+ UNIQUE STALLS & A COMMUNITY CAFE. UNFOLLOW THE NORM AT SURRY HILLS MARKET. The Surry Hills Markets are a must-visit for all – ask the locals! Vintage fashion, valuable antiques, books, hand-made beauty products and designer labels – our markets have it all. We specialise in handmade, second-hand and recycled goods and we are open regardless of the weather.
Last Friday we launched our new weekly program – Do drop In Day. This is held between 10.30am and 2.30pm every Friday. The centre is open to individuals (and a support person) to provide an opportunity for them to connect over Devonshire Tea in a...Read More
The Surry Hills Neighbourhood Centre (SHNC) relies on volunteers and members. Without volunteers, we would not be able to deliver essential services to our community. The Centre receives funding and other support from all tiers of government, but this resourcing alone is insufficient. As a volunteer with SHNC you will have the opportunity to use valuable skills and experience and have a positive impact on your local community. You will also reap personal benefits from being active, socially engaged and enjoy a sense of fulfilment. Become a volunteer today!