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Shop 2, 669-673 Anzac Parade
Maroubra Junction
New South Wales

The Junction Neighbourhood Centre

Who We Are
The Junction Neighbourhood Centre provides a diverse range of services and support to people who live in the Randwick and Waverley LGAs and surrounding areas through community hubs in Maroubra Junction, Randwick and Bondi Junction
The JNC relies on significant funding from Federal, State and Local Governments.
The JNC is managed by a voluntary Management Committee, composed of local residents and workers.
The JNC actively encourages and supports community volunteering opportunities. For more information see VAST, VAST Training & Volunteer Jobs. 
Our Vision
The Vision of The Junction Neighbourhood Centre is to contribute to, and be part of a community that works together for Reconciliation, Fairness, Justice, Acceptance and Tolerance for all.
To achieve our vision we will work to enhance community health and wellbeing by providing practical, emotional, educational, recreational and social support services to people who live and work in the Randwick Local Government Area and surrounding areas.
Our Values
  • The Junction Neighbourhood Centre believes in these values:
  • Equity - Everyone is treated fairly and justly, with a fair share for all.
  • Equality - Everyone is treated with respect, tolerance, dignity and acceptance.
  • Access - Everyone has fair and equal access to services.
  • Participation - Everyone is given an opportunity to participate in community life.
  • Reconciliation - We acknowledge the Traditional Land Owners and support reconciliation in the community
Our Aims
The aims of The Junction Neighbourhood Centre are:
  • To provide for the relief of poverty, distress, misfortune, sickness, helplessness, and loneliness of persons who reside in the Randwick LGA and surrounding areas.
  • To provide responsive and meaningful services to meet identified community needs.
  • To seek to develop community participation in the provision of services. To co-operate and work in partnership with other organisations with similar objects or aims.
  • To ensure that the principles of equity, equality, access, participation and reconciliation are incorporated into all programmes and projects.
  • To seek to improve community health and well being.
  • To undertake community development roles in the local community.

Phone: 02 9349 8200


  • Community access/Social participation
  • Community transport
  • In-home personal care
  • Skills development
  • Social development

  • High and low support

  • Administration
  • Childcare Worker
  • Communications Coordinator
  • Community Care Worker
  • Coordinator
  • Family Worker
  • Frontline Professional
  • Frontline Support
  • Information Officer
  • Manager/Supervisor
  • Personal Care Assistant
  • Policy Officer
  • Program Facilitator
  • Social Educator
  • Volunteer