About Community Hubs

Community Hubs bring local communities and migrants together to build cohesive communities.

Community Hubs Australia works with local communities and governments in multiple Australian states to support refugees and new migrants as they achieve independence and become active community members.

Highly effective, Hubs design and manage evidence-based programs to reach and support migrant/refugee women and pre-school children, who are hard to reach through traditional services.

There are currently 55 hubs across Australia at which new migrants are given mentoring and support to access services and local community organisations. Hubs host activities such as skills training, English classes, sewing and breakfast clubs as well as volunteering opportunities and community events.

Community Hubs Australia is currently running the #Welcome movement. For more information see: http://welcome.communityhubs.org.au/

Page last updated: 04th May, 2017

Our Partners

The National Community Hubs Program is an initiative of Community Hubs Australia, supported by the Scanlon Foundation and the Australian Government Department of Social Services.


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