Goolwa Community Centre

Because every community needs a place where anyone can come and everyone belongs.

The Goolwa Community Centre is a vibrant and dynamic hub of activity in the heart of the Goolwa community. Located in the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula region of South Australia, the not-for-profit Centre provides a wide range of programs and services for people of all ages and abilities.

From arts and crafts workshops to cooking, yoga, Auslan and community events, there is always something happening at the Centre. With a focus on community engagement and social inclusion, the Goolwa Community Centre plays a pivotal role in promoting a sense of belonging and connectedness among all residents of the Southern Fleurieu.

Our weekly workshops and activities are updated at the beginning of each term. See the current timetable below including new workshops at Middleton and Port Elliot too!

Pop in and see us at 25 Cadell Street or get in touch by email – or phone (08) 8555 3941.

Special Workshops and Events

Goolwa residents, holidaymakers, weekenders and visitors are welcome to attend our weekend workshops and special events.

Check below for upcoming workshops and events.

Relaxation Event

June 22, 2024    
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Goolwa Community Centre
Health and Wellbeing
Join Marisol and learn the art of gentle, relaxing head, neck, shoulder and hand massage. Book in pairs! Cost: $50 each
Relaxation Event

Big Ideas, Small Prints

June 29, 2024    
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Goolwa Community Centre
Arts and Crafts Workshop
Join artist Gail Kellet and create a mini framed lino print to take home. BYO idea or image. Cost: $90
Big Ideas, Small Prints

Weekly Classes and Activities

Term 2 2024






Fleurieu Phoenix Program

The Fleurieu Phoenix program was developed to provide support for socially isolated and vulnerable women (16-80 years) of the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula.

Entry into the program is by partner agency or self-referral with the first year of the program dedicated to building women’s confidence, connections and knowledge of agency support.

It has included activities such as

  • hair and beauty care
  • yoga and mindfulness
  • financial literacy
  • life coaching
  • post-separation parenting
  • self protection
  • basic car maintenance
  • cooking on a budget
  • shopping on a budget

In the second year of the program, women are supported to develop and action a life plan that enables them to stay socially connected, maintain wellbeing and live their best lives; whether that be employment, study options, volunteering, retirement or another venture.

Fleurieu Phoenix Program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services. For more information go to