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Outlook community centre is based in Pakenham, providing opportunities for people in the community to develop lifelong learning and skills and to build their personal empowerment and growth.


Outlook community centre

Learn a new skill at Outlook community centre

Outlook community centre offers computers, self-development, health and wellbeing, recreation and hobby programmes, and professional training

We encourage all members of the community to access our services through the community centre, which has been purpose built to provide access for people of all ages and abilities. Outlook community centre can customise training to meet the needs of the local community, business and industry.  We can also bring any of our programmes to an external venue for a group booking.

Contact us for more information.

Tutors wanted

Do you have a skill that you would like to share with the Community? Outlook community centre is currently seeking tutors in all areas of training, including professional skills, health and wellbeing, self-development, languages, cooking and computers. Both casual employment and volunteer positions available.

Contact us for further information.


Enjoy new opportunities

Outlook community centre enables people to participate in a wide range of activities and learn new skills, in a friendly and supportive environment. Every member of the community is welcome at Outlook community centre. Courses and activities vary each term, according to need, but can include:

  • Computer courses

  • Return to work programmes

  • Professional Training

  • Health and wellbeing courses

  • Support groups

  • Free legal advice

  • Community choir

  • Languages

  • Gardening group

  • Disability awareness classes

  • Children’s classes

Outlook: inspiring inclusive communities

Outlook community centre is an inclusive and accessible organisation, with disability access, including hoists.

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Funding acknowledgement

We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Adult, Community and Further Education Board, the Cardinia Shire Council and the Department of Health and Human Services.

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30,700 people came through the Community Centre in relation to room hire

Health and Wellbeing


Self Development

classes were the most popular choices

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