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Sudbury House has been a part of the Mirrabooka community since we opened in 1986. We provide a range of services and facilities to support Mirrabooka and the surrounding suburbs.

Sudbury House operates as a Community House and an Early Learning Centre. We receive annual funding to provide support to families. We are managed by an incorporated committee comprising of parents, other centre users and community services representatives who have an interest in the operations of the service.

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Sudbury Community House was officially opened 18th July 1987 by the Hon. Kay Hallahan M.L.C. State Minister for Community Services.

Since opening our doors to our local neighbourhood, Sudbury Community House has been a place for our vibrant & multicultural community to come together, celebrate our strengths, support each other and grow. We provide programs, services and facilities tailored to Mirrabooka and surrounds. We're a non-profit organisation, with staff who love what they do - proudly working from the heart to support our community members to thrive.


Our story


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Committee Member

Committee Member

Committee Member


Vice chairperson

Treasurer and Secretary

Our Board
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