Mirrabooka Community Hub

The Mirrabooka Community Hub consists of a range of facilities and spaces available to everyone in the community.

The hub is located at 21 Sudbury Rd, Mirrabooka.

Mirrabooka Community Hub

Mirrabooka Community Hub is made up of:

  • Stirling Libraries - Mirrabooka
  • Mirrabooka Innovations Lab
  • Stirling Community Centres - Kevin Smith, Mirrabooka
  • Welcome Hub (settlement, engagement and transition services)
  • Mirrabooka Multicultural Centre
  • Stirling Leisure Centres - Herb Graham Recreation Centre - Mirrabooka
  • Job Shop
  • Ishar Multicultural Women’s Health Centre
  • Sudbury House Community Centre.

Stirling Libraries - Mirrabooka

Offering a wide variety of library and information services including:

  • Paper and digital books, magazines, newspapers

  • Audio files, DVDs
  • Free WiFi and computer access
  • Scanning, photocopying, printing
  • Reference and information.

Other community programs offered at the Library include:

ServiceDescription
Craft ClubCome along and share your creative skills in a social craft group.
Council paymentsPay rates here. eftpos payments accepted only.
English conversation groupsImprove English skills and meet new people, in a relaxed and informal setting.
Homework HutFree weekly service helping children with homework.
Justice of the PeaceSaturday mornings 9.00am – 11.30am.
LETS (Learning English through Storytime)Improve your English skills through songs, stories and rhymes. This fun parent and child program is a great way to meet new people.
Info HubA volunteer-run service providing support to Stirling residents who need help to complete forms and access information about local services.
Innovations LabAn ideal facility to learn and improve your computer skills and access new technologies. The room is also available for hire.
Storytime and RhymetimeEncourage a love of reading, help develop your child’s imagination and language skills, and make new friends.

More information and contact

Address 21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka WA 6061
Phone (08) 9205 7300
Email mirrabooka.library@stirling.wa.gov.au

Stirling Community Centres - Kevin Smith, Mirrabooka

The City's Cultural Diversity and Community team work from this centre and provide the following services:

ServiceDescriptionContact
Aboriginal engagementOur Aboriginal Engagement Officer can connect you to local services and opportunities, to become involved in our reconciliation activities.

Phone (08) 9205 8337

Youth and Children’s servicesOur team can provide you with information about before-school and after-school care, vacation-care programs, as well as community-based activities for children and young people.Phone (08) 9205 8337
Multicultural EngagementIf you are a newcomer to the area, speak to our friendly staff about our services, engagement and multicultural programs.Phone (08) 9205 8337
Kaleidoscope Initiative

Assisting newcomers to obtain employment and build the capacity of employers.

www.kaleidoscopeinitiative.com.au

Phone (08) 9205 8337
Job ShopProviding job seekers access to free information, links to employment services, and assistance with resumes redesign, for City of Stirling residents only. Bookings are essential.Phone (08) 9205 7940
Wandjoo Gardens

The Wandjoo Gardens is a place for public use. 

Read, eat, play and relax on our outdoor seating.

Wandjoo is the Nyoongar word for welcome. In the garden you can relax and explore the garden to understand the relationship between the Nyoongar and European six seasons.

For more information, contact the City on (08) 9205 8555.

Stirling Leisure Centre - Herb Graham

ServiceDescriptionContact
Stirling Leisure Centre - Herb Graham

A multipurpose sport and community centre with function rooms available for hire for birthdays and weddings. Sports available to play are Basketball and Futsal and junior sports coaching and games.

38 Ashbury Crescent, Mirrabooka WA 6061

Phone (08) 9205 7320

Email HerbGrahamCRC@stirling.wa.gov.au

Mirrabooka Multicultural CentreBased within Herb Graham Leisure Centre, The Mirrabooka Multicultural Centre (MMC) offers an affordable facility for new residents and migrants with an endeavour of supporting the establishment of new and emerging community groups and easing their transition to Australia

38 Ashbury Crescent, Mirrabooka WA 6061

Phone (08) 9205 7320

Welcome Hub (Settlement and Transition Services)Based within Herb Graham Leisure Centre, The Welcome Hub is a one-stop shop offering services to new migrants/humanitarian and family visa arrivals during their first five years of settlement in Australia. The Welcome Hub provides a range of services for individuals, families, children, youth, groups, school holiday programs, leadership programs and tailored support for new and emerging community groups and leaders.

38 Ashbury Crescent, Mirrabooka WA 6061

Phone (08) 9205 8873

Email welcomehub@stirling.wa.gov.au                                    

Other Services available that are not managed by the City

ServiceDescriptionContact
Ishar Multicultural Women's Health Centre

Provides information and referral, individual counselling, support programs, health promotion/health education and clinical services for women of all ages and cultural backgrounds.

A free interpreter service and bilingual workers are available.

21 Sudbury Road,          Mirrabooka

Phone (08) 9345 5335.

Email info@ishar.org.au

Visit the website here.

Mental Health Access servicesProvides specialised mental health services for migrants and refugees, to improve the quality of life and well-being of individuals.Phone (08) 9207 1527
Sudbury Community House and Sudbury House Early Learning CentreSudbury House is a place of community, a place of belonging, being and becoming, where people feel accepted, safe and free to develop and grow. You can drop in for a cuppa and check out the wide range of activities that are happening here.

30 Chesterfield Road,    Mirrabooka

Phone (08) 9344 8011

Email                          admin@sudburyhouse.org.au

Visit the Sudbury House website.