QNH COVID19 Changes
The QNH Committee of Management has agreed to open some of our courses during Term Three as both "Face to Face" and through Zoom. Please check our "TERM PROGRAM" page in the menu above.
Some QNH programs have continues from last term through Zoom so please click on the "On-Line Courses" image below.
If you need to book for a Term Three course go to the menu above.
CLICK BELOW TO SEE A VIDEO OF HOW TO GET STARTED WITH OUR ONLINE PROGRAMS AND MEETINGS
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.