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Tatura Community House was established in 1981 as a community development initiative to provide social services to the community. The House has grown to meet the current day needs of the community and provides a large variety of services including adult education, childcare, social and leisure activities, information and referral.

The Tatura Community House is a not for profit organisation run by a voluntary committee elected from within the community.

The House is run on a day to day basis by paid staff and volunteer workers.


Tatura Community House aspires to be a connected and supportive organisation that embraces participation and innovation.


Tatura Community House strives to be a centre for broad community participation through innovation, learning opportunities, advocacy and social and cultural inclusion.


The Philosophy of Tatura Community House reflects the needs of our community and aims to meet the needs of our community members. The principles of social and cultural inclusion, innovation, lifelong learning, advocacy and connectedness, provide a framework to support, improve and enable connections in and for our community.

Social and Cultural Inclusion – Welcoming all regardless of their age, culture, disability, gender, indigenous heritage, ethnicity, origin, religion, sexual orientation, care responsibilities and life experiences or economic or other status.

Innovation – Continuous improvement through innovative and outcome-based thinking.

Lifelong Learning – Lifelong learning gives us the chance to broaden our horizons, boost our confidence and open up new opportunities.

Advocacy – Individuals and their needs need a spokesperson to connect them to the right services and to lend a compassionate ear.

Connectedness – Positive relationships are the cornerstone of a community. By enabling and strengthening positive relationships between individuals and groups, our communities grow and become strong, empathic and resilient.


  • Maintain a referral service

  • Enhance the social well-being of the community

  • Increase educational opportunities within the community

  • Address the needs of cultural diversity 

  • Provide a venue to community groups

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