Brimbank's Hidden Gems - Keilor Community Hub
Brimbank’s Keilor Community Hub is the ‘go to’ place for all Council related business and community activities in the Keilor area. It’s home to the Keilor Library, Keilor Customer Service Centre, neighbourhood house programs, Keilor Art Spaces and community meeting rooms.
If you’re in the neighbourhood, come and discover the significance of this wonderful community facility.
Take the opportunity to explore the Keilor Community Hub located at 704B Old Calder Highway, Keilor, become familiar with what’s on offer and become a regular visitor and participant at the hub.
Our impressive Keilor Library offers a collection of more than 12,000 items and is ideal for those library lovers looking for a quieter environment. Customers can access self-service kiosks, children’s touchscreen PCs, and dedicated IT training room with six PCs, video game console, attend one of the many programs on offer and enjoy increased seating for reading, study and socialising and using Wi Fi.
Residents also have access to Council’s Customer Service Centre where support staff are available to respond to general enquiries and receive payments.
What’s also exciting is that residents can now access neighbourhood house programs in Keilor. The program is managed through the Sydenham Neighbourhood House and enquiries can be made at Sydenham Neighbourhood House or call 9249 4224.
Meeting rooms on level one and the community program spaces are available for hire by contacting Brimbank City Council’s Leisure and Community Facilities unit on 9249 4537 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
In Brimbank, we’re proud of our public art spaces and work with artists. If you’re interested in future availability of art spaces in Keilor please contact the Arts and Culture Unit on 9249 4800.
We have a wonderful rich history in Brimbank and are fortunate to have the Keilor Historical Society space, exhibition and gallery located in the area. The historical society does amazing work and is dedicated to preserving the heritage of the region. If you’re interested in getting involved visit our Brimbank Libraries website.
So what are you waiting for? Come and visit the Keilor Community Hub, and take advantage of this valuable community asset.