Venues and facilities
The aim of Trott Park Neighbourhood Centre is to respond to the health, welfare, individual and community needs of adults and children.
We achieve this by facilitating a fun, diverse and accessible range of social, recreational and educational activities and programs that develop personal growth, encourage wellbeing and a sense of identity and community.
Download the current newsletter & program for further information on times, days, dates and upcoming events:
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We have a large range of workshops, programs, services and event on offer - there is something for everyone!
Please note if the specific course/program you are interested in is not displayed via the following link please contact Trott Park on 8387 2074
Refund of fees:
Below is a list of some of the great programs and activities offered at Trott Park Neighbourhood Centre.
Hip Hop for Kids
Parents and Prams
Arts and crafts
Costs, times and contacts are available in the current newsletter.
The City of Marion recognises that community gardens contribute to the wellbeing of communities and provide diverse health, social, environmental and cultural benefits. In particular:
Community gardens have the potential to connect communities, build friendships and provide a recreation and educational resource for all age groups.
Community gardens enable people to pursue horticultural activities in an urban environment and can be particularly valuable in medium and higher density areas where people may have limited garden space.
Community gardens provide an opportunity to grow food in an environmentally sustainable way and contribute to addressing food security.
The Trott Park Community Garden Inc is a place for everyone to meet, to learn, to grow and to enjoy their rewards.
Adult Community Education (ACE) provides adults with a wide range of non-formal, accredited learning opportunities.
Adult Community Education assists participants to:
Learn new skills.
Connect with people in their local community.
Create pathways to further education, training, employment and volunteering.
Providing opportunities to stay active, socially connected and independent in your local community.
The centre is available for hire for children's parties.
Please phone us for further information or use the online booking feature below.
Please note: the venue is not available for private party hire.
The centre is wheelchair accessible.
Trott Park Neighbourhood Centre
34 Hessing Crescent Trott Park SA 5158
Phone: 8387 2074
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9.00am to 4.00pm
Thursday : 9.00am - 7.00pm
Saturdays: Some Select Dates - see program for upcoming workshops.