After 21 years at the helm of QNH, Carolyn Williams has retired. We wish you well Carolyn and here's our tribute to you.
Given the current Coronavirus situation and in the interests of our community’s health and wellbeing, the QNH Committee of Management and staff have taken the responsible approach to close the Neighbourhood House to all classes, interest groups and visitors from Wednesday 18th March for 4 weeks.
The Neighbourhood House Co-ordinator will still be working at the House and will be providing information and support through, email, social media and by phone should you have any queries and concerns.
In the meantime you can follow us on facebook and instagram.
We encourage you all to keep supporting each other, especially the most vulnerable in our community, in these challenging days ahead.
Queenscliffe Neigbourhood House Committee of Management and staff.
The Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House was started by a small group of enthusiastic local residents in 1985. Over the years we have been located in a variety of buildings around the town. Since 2010 we have called 3 Tobin Drive home and absolutely love our position facing the bay. The light and the views inspire our ever increasing Art programs. Keep an eye on the Term Flyer for current and upcoming activities.
The Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House fosters a friendly environment that is positive, uplifting and inclusive.
We work with the local community to provide a better quality of life and to build links between individuals and groups.
The Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House receives funding from a range of sources. The State Government Department of Health and Human Services contribute towards the Co-ordinators' salaries and some on- costs.
The Borough of Queenscliffe provides the venue and its maintenance. A range of grants are applied for throughout the year. The Committee of Management is involved in fundraising activities for specific projects and to ensure the financial viability of the organisation.