Late enrolments can now be applied for. You can view the courses on offer by using the search boxes on this page; click on the course icon to check details and availability and then come into the Centre to apply for enrolment if there is a vacancy. Some courses have been placed on sale for term 4. They will be available for in-person enrolment until the 23rd of September. The office is open 9.30am to 2pm weekdays through the school term. New members will need to pay a $10 annual membership fee and show proof of vaccination. Please click here to view the Programme and Timetable.

Please note: All members attending courses are required to be fully vaccinated (or have a medical exemption). Newly enrolled members must show proof of vaccination at the reception desk before attending their first class. It is also a requirement that all members enrolling in any full-time course sign up for a workgroup. Click here to view more information on workgroups.

Watercolour Therapy
Ukulele
Mahjong
Centre entrance
Tai Chi
Canasta
French
Write Your Life Story
Breadmaking
Centre veranda bush views
Creche
Yoga
Laptops & Tablets
Oil Painting
Bushwalking

Kalamunda Community Learning Centre is a not for profit organisation offering a wide range of courses each semester. Established in 1977, the Centre is thriving, with more than 700 members who just keep coming back each year. We must be doing something right!

It’s the social aspect that keeps members coming back year after year. Enrolling in a course means you’re going to learn something new or hone a skill. But don’t let that get in the way of a good chat, some yummy morning or afternoon tea (or a nice glass of wine in the evenings) and some good old fashioned laughter!

Members enrolled in classes held on site can also benefit from a professionally staffed on site crèche for their children aged between eight weeks and six years.

Except for the professional crèche team, everyone involved in the running of this very successful Centre is a volunteer. All members are asked to contribute some time each Semester to help. This is called a workgroup. It won’t be onerous or time consuming and you can choose something to suit your interests. Everybody contributes – that’s what makes the Centre so unique!