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.
In the interest of public safety we are suspending public access to Trott Park Neighbourhood Centre from COB Sunday, 22 March. Council is closely monitoring the situation and this suspension will stay in place until we are told it is safe to re-open. The Neighbourhood Centre Team are working hard to continue to support the community whilst maintaining a physical distance but staying socially connected. We encourage you to stay connected with us, so as new initiatives come to light, we can ensure you are kept informed. Stay happy and healthy and to look after your family, friends and neighbours around you.
Remember your Neighbourhood Centre staff are still here for you – please give us a call on 8387 2074!
Join our mailing list to receive regular newsletters and/or information on a wide range of programs and services.
Looking for a challenge, perhaps a distraction to everyday life. Why not apply to be part of our Youth campaign (we want you to give it a groovy name). Driven by you, this is a chance to make a difference in your community. Let us know what we are missing, how to do things better and ultimately make a space for young people to enjoy. Along the way you will be given the chance to improve your social media, graphic design, event management and leadership skills. Applications are open for 16 – 25yrs olds that want to have a say.
Once you have completed the form email it to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
apART online is a collaborative Facebook group keeping your artistic talents flowing. Share ideas, images, inspiration, ask questions and gain advice. Join the neighbourhood centres tutors as they set you tasks, answer your questions and supply inspiration galore. Chat with other artists and share your work. The possibilities are endless.
A wonderful way to keep in touch with others you may have already connected with at our centres. We look forward to seeing your works of art and receiving your comments.
Join your community with grateful journaling. If you are tech savvy join us online. On our Facebook page, join the BeingapARTJournal group and leave a comment for something you are grateful for. A positive thing to do for yourself, along with others. However if you rather the low tech option we can supply a journal to your door. A great way to keep you busy. Call your nearest City of Marion Neighbourhood Centre, supply your mailing address and we’ll get you started. You could even choose a blank book from home so you don’t miss a moment.
Want a virtual holiday? Well lace up your walking shoes, and grab some friends (at a distance).
All you need is:
> An email address (Only one per team)
> A team of 4 to share the journey with, give them a groovy name
> A pedometer, fitbit or phone app to count your steps. if you want a pedometer to let us know – we have a limited supply
Then you are ready for your walk around Australia! Watch the virtual sights go by as your team receives emails on the highlights and things to do at each town you pass.
Now is the time to connect digitally! There are many great ways to stay in touch with others. Don’t feel alone and uncertain.
If you need assistance, run into trouble or just have a question please give your local neighbourhood centre a call.
We could send out instructions and/or get one of our friendly volunteer tutors on the phone to help you out
Our brand new podcast series 'Guess What I Learnt From My Community' launched in January.
Follow our host Sharleen through her community engagement over a series of 11 episodes and learn why her guests are so valuable to us at Marion Neighbourhood Centres.
New episodes are released every 3rd Monday via our Facebook page.
Keep an eye out for exciting updates, events and community news!
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:
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.
Currently facility hire is suspended. For further information call 8387 2074
The centre is usually 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. Please contact the centre for more information about our current programs on offer.
Trott Park Neighbourhood Centre
34 Hessing Crescent Trott Park SA 5158
Phone: 8387 2074
Monday - Friday 9.00am - 4.00pm