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.
Children under the supervision of parents are welcome to informally access the play area between 9am and 5pm during weekdays. We have a beautiful courtyard here at The Kirribilli Centre, as well as a toy shed and a turfed / covered fenced in area for your children to utilize. This is a beautiful environment for children to safely play and socialize, while parents get to know one another.
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 community library is a free service for local and is run completely by our dedicated volunteers. Feel free to pop in and browse. The lending process is easy and hassle free!
Monday to Friday from 1pm - 4pm
Saturday from 10am - 4pm
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
C.R.E.A.T.E provides a selection of social networking, vocational services; walking groups / exercise classes / community lunch / choir / beading groups and more.
Our café is open to everyone. We operate as a TAFE training café, where you can enjoy an inexpensive light lunch, coffee and the most delicious freshly baked cakes (try our scones – they are outrageously good and sell out fast!) Come and have a snack, either in the café or if it’s a sunny day, in our picturesque courtyard, while supporting the TAFE students to achieve their learning goals.
The Black Dog Institute REACH Program is a nine week psycho-educational well-being group for people aged 18+ with a diagnosed mood disorder. REACH stands for Responsibility, Education, Acceptance, Connection and Hope and is designed to help participants manage their illness and stay well.
On Thursday the 28th of April Erika Remnant will present 10 steps for radiant health.
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 is offering a FREE comprehensive 8-week wellbeing for parents program to support women dealing with post natal depression (PND). The program includes a one hour adults 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. Childcare will be arranged on site for your little one so you can enjoy the program.