The Multicultural Hub
What is the Multicultural Hub?
The City of Melbourne's Multicultural Hub is like a neighbourhood house; a friendly place where people from Melbourne's many different cultures can get together and work, share and learn in a safe and supportive environment.
The Multicultural Hub Offers
- A central meeting space - rooms for 10-100 people
- Commercial grade community kitchen
- Subsidised rates for community groups and not for profits
- Disability access
- Open 7 days
- Activities for individuals and community groups
The Multicultural Hub is owned by the City of Melbourne and is managed by AMES Australia.
Events and Activities at The Hub
The Hub partnered with a number of organisations to deliver programs in 2011. These include IBM to deliver pronunciation groups, Australia Arts Alive to provide music programs for parents and children and the City LLEN and Kensington Community High School to deliver the Migration Mural project.
The Hub hosted a 5 week exhibition “Just Like Us” which showcased community support for refugee settlement in Australia over the past 10 years. The Hub also provided a central meeting facility for refugee and migrant community groups from across Melbourne.
How to book
The Hub has a range of rooms for hire that are suitable for various events and activities including general office administration.
Fill in the booking form and return it to us. Your booking is not secured until we have confirmed it in writing.
Drill Hall Booking Application Form
Melbourne Multicultural Hub
506 Elizabeth Street (opposite the Queen Victoria Market)
Melbourne VIC 3000
Operating hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm (Closed on public holidays.)
Phone: (03) 9092 1500
Fax: (03) 9092 1555
For more information
Visit the City of Melbourne's Multicultural Hub website
Visit the Facebook page