Melton South Community Centre offers a range of programs, short courses, support groups and services that reflect the diversity of our community.

We are committed to providing quality adult education, with many of our courses made possible by funding from ACFE (Adult, Community & Further Education Board).

Courses such as computer training and digital literacy, introduction to industry and other job-related courses aim to enhance opportunities for employment, starting your own business, volunteering or as a pathway to further education.



Office Hours: 9:30am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday

Street Address: 41 Exford Road, Melton South

Postal Address: PO Box 2010, Melton South, Victoria 3338

Phone: (03) 9747 8576  

Fax: (03) 9747 0677

Email: [email protected]

Incorporation number: A0010526J

Contact the centre directly if you would like to enrol in a class.

Please note that our enrolment process has changed due to COVID-19 restrictions.

For more information, refer to our COVID-19 Updates section: https://www.meltonsouth.org.au/covid-19-update.html

All enrolments and payments must be finalised at least 7 days before the course or class commences.

Fees can be directly deposited into our bank account - call the centre for account details.

Refunds will be given if a course is cancelled due to insufficient numbers or 5 days’ notice is given by the student - refunds will not be provided otherwise.

Make-up classes and refunds are not offered for sessions missed by students.

Food Parcels

Food parcels are available every Friday, excluding public holidays, from 10:30am. Speak to one of the friendly volunteers at the courtyard gate, and you will be advised when to come back to collect your parcel. You will be given a 15-minute window in which you must return to collect your food - returning earlier or later than your specified time may result in your parcel being forfeited.

COVID-19 Update

We are taking all possible sanitation and social distancing precautions to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our staff, trainers and patrons. If you would like a copy of our COVIDsafe Plan, please get in touch via email at [email protected].  

Emergency food relief, mental health services, housing support, family violence support and support for seniors are all available to the Melton community from a range of organisations. More details are listed below.

Emergency Food Relief

Little Libraries

Come along to our "Little Library" - WHAT IS A LITTLE LIBRARY?

A Little Library is a free book exchange where people can take a book or bring along a book to swap.

We have a Children's Section as well and donations would be gratefully accepted.

Free Computer Access for Job Seekers

Free computer access is available every fortnight on Fridays from 10:00am - 2:00pm for those seeking to job search, update their resume, go onto Government websites for research or to update their details.  We offer one hour free access. Bookings are required. Call the Centre on 9747 8576 Monday - Friday between 9:30am - 4:30pm.
 This project is made possible through funding from ACFE (CAIF) Program.

Djerriwarrh Community & Education Services

Melton South Community Centre offers pre accredited courses which can be used as a pathway to Accredited Courses offered at Djerriwarrh.

Something New?

Is there something that we don't offer that you'd like to learn? Or are you interested in teaching a special skill?  Please call or email us and we will endeavour to help you.

Bus Stops

Buses travelling along Route 457 & Route 459 stop next door to the centre and we are a five-minute walk from the Melton railway station.