Mount Street Neighbourhood House

Introduction and Welcome

Constructed in the mid-1850s by the Ingram family, Bellfield House was purchased by the Waverley Council in 1979 and established as a Neighbourhood House in 1980. Mount Street Neighbourhood House offers a broad range of quality, low cost art, craft, computer, language, cooking and fitness programs in a friendly and supportive environment.

The House also has rooms available for hire by community groups at very reasonable rates.

Mission Statement

Mount Street Neighbourhood House is a Community Learning Centre that aims to provide a broad range of quality and low cost courses, workshops and activities in a friendly and supportive environment.

All are welcome to attend our courses at the House and you will find the full program of activities on this website.

Latest News

Classes & Activities

The House is still offering online classes as well as a free Staying Connected program in blocks of five weeks. From November 17, an onsite program will also operate on Tuesdays to Thursdays only.

There is something to do every day. See Program of Courses section for details.


AGM & Service Awards

The Mount Street Neighbourhood House AGM & Service Awards will be held on Wednesday November 18 at 11:30 am.

This will be via Zoom and all are welcome to attend!

Please RSVP by November 17 and email for the Zoom details.

Walking for Wellness

Mount Street has joined forces with Inner Wheel Narre Warren to raise funds for Cord Blood Stem Cell Research. People are recording how far they walk each week which is tallied for a virtual walk around Australia.

Some are sponsored, some are donating and some are just adding the kms for the tally. The walk has now covered over 3,000 kms and has just stayed overnight at Bramwell Station heading up the Old Telegraph Line Track to the tip of Cape York. To join the walk email the House!

People Walking ORG

Community Information on Resources from Monash Council

City of Monash

The Monash Council has a page on their website that provides useful information on community resources in these troubling times. The page is available at Monash Community Services

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