Workrooms are flexible meeting and skills sharing spaces for day, week or month-long use.
Workrooms allow for a range of skills sharing and educational activities available to the community at low cost.
Workrooms are housed within classroom facilities. There are currently five workrooms available which can accommodate either large or small groups.
Need a productive space for sharing ideas? Have a skill that others may want to learn? Workrooms – a place to make, share and learn.
Grounds at Saxon Street provide a range of opportunities for the informal use of the lawns and gardens for general recreation.
These outdoor areas allow for a range of small events, as well as a limited number of large-scale public events.
Facilities include a stage, screen, canopy, grassed areas and vehicle access.
Commonroom is a meeting place for community groups – a place for sharing ideas and organising events.
Commonroom, a safe and welcoming space for community groups in the Brunswick area, provides space for networking and ideas generation.
Part of a community group that wants to extend its network? Need a room to hold meetings or discussions? Commonroom – a place to share ideas and resources.
Moreland Civics Lab is a design studio and think tank committed to progressive social projects for community benefit.
Moreland Civics Lab design studio houses a range of skilled professionals and post-graduate students committed to providing the community with progressive and experimental design solutions for public benefit.
Moreland Civics Lab allows for design professionals to combine their own private practice with work on innovative issues of public importance in a progressive and experimental manner.
The Moreland Civics Lab has completed its first round of placements. A further round is planned for January 2018 after our beta test phase.