Welcome to The Kirribilli Centre!
The Kirribilli Centre is set in a heritage building close to the north side of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It is a place for the community to gather, socialise, take classes and seek assistance or information. The neighbourhood centre provides information; free community services, heritage room hire and plays host to a range of courses, workshops and clubs from yoga & mediation, bridge & seniors outings to kids classes and parties.
The Centre also organises the iconic Kirribilli Markets which are held twice per month in Bradfield Park (under the Harbour Bridge) and The Bradfield Park Carers Program, which is a not for profit service which offers support and respite to carers of people with a mental illness who live within the Northern Sydney area.
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Kirribilli Centre is proud to offer FREE legal advice in our library every Tuesday event from 6pm - 7pm. To book call the office on 9922 4428. Legal advice is offered by our highly qualified and generous team of volunteer solicitors
Deborah Bonham is a qualified social worker with 25 years experience working with women and children. Deb is able to offer free and low cost counselling through the ATAP scheme and Medicare.( GP referral required)
Deborah's interest is in providing a supportive relationship that encourages the healing process within the individual. She has a background in Jungian Psychology and Creative methods.
Starting on the 29th of May The Kirribilli Centre is offering a FREE comprehensive 8-week wellbeing for parents program to support women dealing with PND. The program includes a one hour adults hula hooping exercise class which assist to relax, still your mind and take care of your physical health. Following the exercise class there will be group counselling session facilitated an accredited psychologist. One on one sessions are also available.
People of all ages contact Lifeline about many issues including anxiety, depression, loneliness, abuse and trauma, grief and loss, and stresses from work and family.
Lifeline Northern Beaches in partnership with the Kirribilli Centre offers face-to-face counselling support for those managing grief, anxiety, depression and financial issues.
The Kirribilli Centre holds a weekly BBQ. Everyone is welcome You don't need to book but it would be helpful if you do. These will be held in our courtyard or in our Trelawney room if the weather is bad.
The Kirribilli Centre have a Justice of the Peace (JP) available for appointments Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Our JP comes at a set time each day. All appointments need to be made prior to the day by calling our front office on 9922 4428.