The Bundaberg and District Neighbourhood Centre is located in the Historical Kenalwyn House at 111 Targo Street, Bundaberg

We are funded by Department of Communities to provide services and support to the community of Bundaberg.

The Centre is a well established community organisation incorporated in 1992 and is an information referral service with strong interagency connections within the community and offers a variety of community support programs.

We also has an extensive range of community support services information available.

We have published an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Bundaberg Community Services Directory (9/16) - for an electronic copy, please Click here

Latest BNC Information


Tax Help

The 2017 Tax Help Program is now open.  Our wonderful volunteers make this service possible for our community - the Bundaberg & District Neighborhood Centre facilitates the Tax Help Program in conjunction with the Australian Tax Office (ATO) between 1st July and 31st October each year.

CAMS Multicultural Program

The CAMS Program multicultural community worker undertakes systemic and group advocacy and community capacity building activities for the benefit of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. 


Community Action for a Multicultural Society - CAMS Bundaberg - Survey

We are currently running a survey for all migrants in the Bundaberg Area.
Its anonymous and take 3-5 min. The results will help us plan and improve future actions and support services accessible for migrants in our Region.

Please click here

Bundaberg Migrant Settlement Services

Bundaberg Migrant Settlement Services (formerly Settlement Grants Program) operates from the Bundaberg Neighbourhood Centre offering a referral and advocacy service to eligible new migrants within the Bundaberg area, Gin Gin and Childers.

Speech and Occupational Therapy Program

The Program aims to widen the educational options and increase participation in educational settings of primary and secondary school-aged children with moderate to severe disabilities. Eligible students are those attending Catholic and Independent schools in Bundaberg. The program provides Speech Pathology and Occupational Therapy to the children, and support to their parents and teachers.

No Interest Loan Scheme - NILS

This Program provides no-interest loans up to the value of $1200.00 to low-income individuals and families, for the purchase of basic household items. Loans for items such as household appliances, furniture, education items or medical aids are considered for eligible clients. Conditions apply.

Literacy and Numeracy Program

The programs tutors endeavor to help participants to learn and improve their Literacy, Language and Numeracy skills to a standard that will support them to seek employment and improve their community involvement.

Energy Savvy Families

Ergon, QCOSS, Citysmart and the Queensland Government presented Energy Savvy Families in early 2017. This program offered eligible participants a digital meter, monthly bills, online access to the Reduce your Juice program and Ergon's HomeSmart portal and One-on-One Support. As the Local Program Champions, we are facilitating the second stage of this program now.

Meeting Rooms

The Centre boasts 3 meetings rooms for conferences and workshops, 2 x kitchens ,full amenities and office space on an ad hoc basis for services. Two of our meetings rooms can also be converted into one larger room by retracting a divider wall. There is also parking with disability access at the rear of the building.


There is a fully secure playground area at back of centre which can be utilised by playgroups, private party hire and Organisations hiring the meeting rooms who have young clients and visitors.  We also have available one of Playgroup Queensland's mobile playvans. 
Currently, the Playvan is at Alexandra Park Tuesday and Friday mornings through Bundaberg and District Neighbourhood Centre supported playgroups.
If you are part of a playgroup or child-based organisations that might want to use these facilities, please call or come to see us at the Centre.

Visit Us

111 Targo Street Bundaberg, Qld, 4670
Mon - Fri 9am - 4pm


(07) 4153 1614 


0429 161 414


(07) 4153 1586



The Centre has long term community organisations as tenants:

  • Bundaberg & District Australian-Fillipino Association, Inc
  • Bundaberg Aboriginal Corporation for Women    
  • Queensland Illicit Drug Diversion Initiative (QIDDI)

Visiting Regular Services and Providers       

  • Compassionate Friends 
  • Community Resource Unit    
  • Deaf Services Queensland
  • Gabriel Barbare Psychological Services
  • Harmony House - (Sunshine Coast Family Contact Service)
  • Irlen Clinic
  • Queensland Health Spectacle Supply Scheme
  • Simply Crafty
  • Wide Bay Dispute Resolution    
  • Work Rehab

Other Groups   

  • Alzheimers Australia
  • ARC Training
  • Aspeg Assessment Specialist
  • Autism Queensland
  • Auslan Classes (Deaf Services Queensland)
  • Diabetes Queensland
  • Gidarjil Development Corp
  • Lotus Place   
  • Richmond Fellowship
  • Spinal Injuries Support Group
  • Spinal Injuries Australia   
  • Sathya Sai
  • The Benevolent Society 

Whats On

Bundaberg Interagency

Meetings: 3rd Thursday of each month at 12.30 pm at the Centre

Basic Computer Classes

Contact the Centre for more detail

Tax Help 

Appointments available July - October

CAMS & Community Outreach Playvan

Every Tuesday and Friday during school terms - Alexandra Park 


Previous Bundaberg and District Neighbourhood Centre Neighbourhood Notes can be found here

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