The Greythorn Community Hub is now open and has a range of services and programs for the whole community.
The Hub is located at 2 Centre Way, Balwyn North, behind the Greythorn shops.
Reception is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, except on public holidays. Please check the links to other services below for their individual opening hours.
Services at the Hub
Trentwood at the Hub
Trentwood at the Hub is Boroondara’s newest neighbourhood house, where members of the local community can meet, join a group, share a skill and participate in a variety of activities. Community meeting and event spaces are also available to hire.
Greythorn Library Lounge
Our new library lounge is a place to relax, study, find a book to read, use our computers or bring your own device and take advantage of our wi-fi.
Greythorn Maternal and Child Health (MCH)
Greythorn Early Childhood Centre
The Greythorn Early Childhood Centre provides long day care, occasional care and kindergarten services for children 6-weeks' old to school age. The passionate and qualified team offers innovative programs and quality care.
North Balwyn RSL Sub-Branch
The North Balwyn RSL meets weekly at the Hub and has its memorabilia on display.
Community support and wellbeing
About the Hub
Greythorn Community Hub is a convenient, one-stop destination where local residents and visitors can access much-needed community services, programs and activities.
Located behind the Greythorn shops, the Hub includes a new open space for everyone to enjoy at the corner of Trentwood Avenue and Centre Way.
Parking is provided for cars and bikes in the Hub’s underground carpark and at street level. The Hub is a short walk from the Greythorn Shopping Centre bus stop at the corner of Doncaster Road and Trentwood Avenue, on bus routes 207 and 285.
About the project
Nearly 800 residents in Balwyn, Balwyn North and Deepdene provided feedback to help shape the services and activities available at the hub. A group of community ambassadors championed the project and provided community input.
The project was made possible through the generosity of the North Balwyn RSL Sub-Branch, which agreed to a long-term lease with Council for part of the site.
We also gratefully acknowledge the Australian Government’s $3.2 million contribution through the National Stronger Regions Fund.