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AMES Australia St Albans


Shop 9-11 16 Victoria Square
St Albans 3021, VIC

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Service offered

Education & Training


132 637


Employment: 03 9310 9165
Education: 03 9794 5065

Centre type

AMES Centre

If you are deaf, or have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service

• TTY users phone 133 677 then ask for 13 2637

• Speak and Listen users phone 1300 555 727 then ask for 13 2637

• Internet relay users connect to the NRS  then ask for 13 2637


Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 8:30am - 5:00pm

Centre Facilities

  • Computer Lab
  • Independent Learning Centre
  • Student Lounge and kitchen
  • Prayer room
  • Multilingual staff

Volunteer at This Centre

Contact the Volunteer Coordinator:
Roe Harman (Mon - Thurs)
Phone 9366 0433

Local Area Information

St Albans is a suburb 15 km north-west of Melbourne CBD. It is a very multicultural area with over 53% of residents born overseas. The St Albans District, which incorporates the suburbs of Kings Park, St Albans and Kealba is serviced by three train station all located on the Sydenham line, as well as numerous bus services.

There is a shopping precinct in the town centre that includes major supermarkets as well as local delis and fresh groceries. There are also a number of Asian, European and Middle Eastern restaurants in the area.

St Albans Library runs a number of community programs from story-time sessions for kids, to conversation clubs. A collection of books and CDs for people learning English as a second language, including the IELTS series, is available as well as newspapers in English and community languages. 

A number of specialised youth services are available in St Albans at the Visy Cares Hub Youth Centre. The centre provides up-to-date information on issues affecting young people and offers drop-in programs, music & art programs, and individual support.

For outdoor activities there are a number of playgrounds have been recently updated by the local council, including the Biggs Williams Reserve which has a new playground and ball courts. Along the Western Ring Road shared trail is the Denton Wildflower Garden showcasing plants indigenous to the local area.