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Granite Belt Neighbourhood Centre

Organisation Contact Details
Physical Address: 8 Corundum Street, Stanthorpe QLD 4380 Postal Address: 8 Corundum Street, Stanthorpe QLD 4380
Contact Person: Administration Officer Contact Position: Employee
Phone (BH): 46813777 Phone (AH):
Mobile: Fax:
Email: Website:
Days of Operation:
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
Opening Hours: 9am to 4pm
Organisation Operations
We use volunteers:
  • Yes
Target Demographic:
  • All
Target Age Group:
  • All Ages
Target Gender: Both
Member Information
Current no. of members: Fees & Charges: $10 per annum, $5 concession
Membership Period: Annual Membership Eligibility: An interest and commitment to growing, building and nurturing our community
Meetings & Facilities
Meeting Venue / Facility: Community meeting spaces, kitchen facilities Physical Address: 8 Corundum Street, Stanthorpe QLD 4380
Disabled Access:
  • Disable
Toilets: Yes (including disabled access)
External hire available: Yes Hire rates: $25 per hour, $60 half day, $120 full day
Hire rates effective: 1 July 2020 Category: Family Services & Support
Organisation Summary
The Granite Belt Neighbourhood (GBNC) is a trading name of Community Development Services (CDS) Inc. CDS is a community-based, not-for-profit incorporated organisation run by a voluntary Management Committee since 1986

GBNC programs focus on improving individual, family and community wellbeing within the Granite Belt region of the Southern Downs Regional Council area.  Programs are funded by a range of Federal and State government departments and through donations.

Kids Korner – Children from 15 months to 5 years are safe, have fun and are encouraged to develop their  social, emotional, intellectual and physical selves.

Early Years –  Activities and care for families and their children (prenatal to 8yrs) in an integrated way including parenting support, and partnerships with other agencies

Family Support – To empower and equip parents to be the best they can be while raising amazing, well-adjusted young people via a range of parenting-focused programs.

Youth – Individual support for children and young people aged 8—21 years at risk of disconnecting from community. Program initiatives focus on engaging youth.

Community Support Service – Provides information, advice, advocacy and referral for people over 21. Connecting people to services and the community through individual consultation, events, projects and resources.

Mental wellbeing – Focused on initiatives to improve individual and community response to mental health needs of any age.

Food Support – Operates weekly and provides donated food items to any person who has been booked in to access this program by Emergency Relief program staff.  

Emergency Relief – Assists on a time-limited basis with basic life needs and is available to any person resident in the area including back packers  e.g. food, sustaining tenancies and other forms of relief.

Listing ID: 74422
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