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Groups / Classes

The Junction Neighbourhood Centre supports the following groups in providing their services to the residents of the Randwick Local Government area and surrounding suburbs.


Harmony is a self help group which can assist people in overcoming their anxieties. Learn relaxation skills, breathing techniques and develop a positive mental outlook in a safe, confidential and friendly environment. Harmony meets weekly on Wednesdays from 2 to 4pm at Maroubra Junction.
The Harmony volunteer facilitator was a recipient of a 2007 Mental Health Award for her work with this group.

ASPIRE (Autism Spectrum Parents, Info & Resources East)

ASPIRE was formed by a group of parents who care for children on the Autism Spectrum. Together they share in the joys and challenges of raising children with a diverse range of talents and needs. The purpose of ASPIRE is to give information, communicate group meeting dates and share details of resources available for children on the Autism Spectrum and their families.
  • Evening Meetings on the 4th Thursday of the month, 7.30pm - 9.30pm at the Corio Centre
  • Daytime meetings on the 2nd Thursday of the month, 9.30am - 11.30am at The Junction Neighbourhood Centre.

For more info and contact email go to www.asdsupport.org

Multicultural Support Network

This group offers support to anyone from a multicultural background. The group meets at JNC on the last Friday of the month from 6 to 8pm. For more information contact George on 9349 2804 or 0401 428972.

Groups / Classes

JNC offers a range of educational, social and recreational classes taught by qualified volunteer teachers.

Senior's English & Social Support Classes

We run two classes weekly for people over 65 years of age who reside in the Randwick LGA Classes are Thursdays from 10am to 11.30am and 12 to 1.30pm. Small classes (8 max.) with trained volunteer teachers. The aim of Senior's English is to provide weekly support services to seniors from a muticultural background. This will give them the opportunity to improve or maintain their English language skills and keep them linked with the community, thus avoiding social isolation. Special information sessions and other activities will be included.

Papercraft Class

The class offers the opportunity to learn the art of making beautiful greeting cards using quilling, parchment, lace, and other techniques.
Fridays 11am to 1.30pm. One school term only. Learn all types of greeting card styles eg. iris, quilling and parchment. Some equipment will need to be purchased and there is a one off, $20 enrolment fee - course is free to those on Centrelink pensions or carers. Once you have completed the course you are welcome to join our Monday workshop where you can continue to work on cards and new projects as they are offered eg. decorative painting. Monday Workshop 12noon to 2.30pm (Free)

Knitting Network

This friendly and supportive group meets weekly on Mondays from 12 to 2:30pm. It offers the chance to learn knitting and crochet with a skilled volunteer teacher - Knit for 'Wrap with Love', work on your own projects in the company of others or share your craft skills with others. All ages welcome. Only charge is donation towards refreshments provided. This group also arranges social activities for it's members and has access to bus outings and other centre activities. All enquiries please contact JNC

All enquiries regarding classes please contact the Information Coordinator on 9349-8200 or email info@jnc.org.au.


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Junction Neighbourhood Centre
Shop 2, 669-673 Anzac Pde, Maroubra Junction 2035
Telephone (02) 9349 8200, FAX (02) 9314 1788, Email Address: info@jnc.org.au

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