Welcome to the Manna Gum Community House website. You will find the latest news and upcoming events here on our home page.

We provide a range of services and activities to the Corner Inlet district, including Nationally Accredited courses, Learn Local courses, free information sessions, creative arts and gardening workshops, and school holiday activities.

We always welcome feedback from the community, so please feel free to make a comment on our Contact Us page.

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The social impact of Neighbourhood Houses: Deloitte study results

NHG Deloitte Report Press Release – 27th July 2020 Neighbourhood Houses in Gippsland have provided more than $8 million in value between April 2019 to March 2020, to their local community according to a study by Deloitte. The social return on investment for Houses was calculated at an astounding $2.78 for every dollar invested in … Continue reading The social impact of Neighbourhood Houses: Deloitte study results

Update on services

During Stage 3 restrictions Manna Gum Community House will reduce its opening hours to Tuesday and Thursday 10am-3pm. All visitors to our building will require an appointment and our phone will be checked regularly for messages (tel. 5682 1101). Centrelink and Medicare agency will remain open. Emergency Relief service is still available – including phone … Continue reading Update on services

Connect the Plots

WANT HOMEGROWN FOOD ON A SHOESTRING?   Connect the Plots is a network of people in the Foster/Fish Creek area who love to grow their own vegetables and fruit, but also aim to exchange ideas, support each other and the community we live in. Many households have recently turned their attention to getting a vegie … Continue reading Connect the Plots

Walktober Neighbourhood House Challenge 2020

This is your official 2020 ‘Walktober Neighbourhood House Challenge’ Invitation! From Monday 19 October 2020 until Friday 30 October 2020, record all your steps each day, as recorded by your pedometer or phone app, and fill out your log sheet. Instead of using a pedometer/mobile phone app you can count 1000 steps for every ten … Continue reading Walktober Neighbourhood House Challenge 2020