Welcome to Cockatoo Community House! Each term we offer heaps of exciting programs, for the whole community

Cockatoo Community House delivers programs and services for the Cockatoo community and beyond. We host a range of activities for people of all ages, and you’ll be made welcome in any class or drop-in activity you would like to come along to. Learn to dance, make some art, get help starting a business and much more.

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Programming is recommencing at Cockatoo Community House.  There’s plenty of fun activities going on in person, online and in the park.  Follow us on Facebook or Instagram or sign up to our newsletter above to find out more.

The Cockatoo Sustainable Food Project

The Cockatoo Sustainable Food Project aims to support amateur local gardeners in producing fruit, vegetables and other useful plants to increase their self-sufficiency. The project is run through the Cockatoo Community House and works with local organisations such as the Hills Community Gardens and the Connecting Cockatoo Communities.

The project will run for six months through the Spring, Summer and Autumn of 2020-21, as part of the Working For Victoria program. Connect with the local growing community and get handy gardening hints here.

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Tomatoes... to pinch the laterals or not? What do you do?

Join the Cockatoo Sustainable Food Project to have your say and find out more.

We had a great debate on the pros & cons of each at our first workshop back at the community house today! Our top tip from the workshop... Water the base of the tomato plant not the leaves. This helps reduce the risk of disease and maximises water efficiency.
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Tomatoes... to pinch the laterals or not? What do you do?

Join the Cockatoo Sustainable Food Project to have your say and find out more.

We had a great debate on the pros & cons of each at our first workshop back at the community house today! Our top tip from the workshop... Water the base of the tomato plant not the leaves. This helps reduce the risk of disease and maximises water efficiency.

Tomorrow - How to Train Your Tomato! All the tips and tricks for growing tomatoes, how to stake them, should you prune them out, what's the best fertiliser and more! Followed by a general gardening Q&A. At the Community House 11.30 - 12.30.

Registration is necessary - message us to book in.
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Tomorrow - How to Train Your Tomato! All the tips and tricks for growing tomatoes, how to stake them, should you prune them out, whats the best fertiliser and more! Followed by a general gardening Q&A. At the Community House 11.30 - 12.30. 

Registration is necessary - message us to book in.

How to Train your Tomato!

Join us at the Community House, this Wednesday 11.30 - 12.30 for a tomato growing workshop, followed by a general gardening Q&A session.

Registration is necessary as numbers are limited. Send us an email to reserve your spot.

We will continue to run our Zoom in on your garden, general gardening Q&A session @ 4pm - email us for the link.
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How to Train your Tomato! 

Join us at the Community House, this Wednesday 11.30 - 12.30 for a tomato growing workshop, followed by a general gardening Q&A session. 

Registration is necessary as numbers are limited. Send us an email to reserve your spot. 

We will continue to run our Zoom in on your garden, general gardening Q&A session @ 4pm - email us for the link.
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Venue Hire

Hosting an event? No matter the size, Cockatoo Community House has the solution for you. Hire a room, the whole hall, or even just a projector and screen.

Venue hire coming soon. In the meantime, call us on 5968 9031

Cockatoo Community House
23 Bailey Road, Cockatoo
5968 9031
cch@taskforce.org.au