Fulham Community Centre


Built in 1971 as part of the Fulham Primary School, the building was the first open-plan classroom in our State.

Following the closure of the school in 1988, concerned members of the local community successfully negotiated with the South Australian Government and the City of West Torrens to retain the building for future development as a community centre. The City of West Torrens now owns and maintains the building and provides a grant to the independent volunteer Management Committee to be used towards employing a Co-ordinator.

Re-opened in 1992, the Centre offers an increasing variety of activities for the local community. The Centre was originally named Reedbeds Community Centre to commemorate the character of the local environment during settlement when reedbeds stretched along the coast to Port Adelaide. A large mural inside the Centre depicts this history. It now offers a comfortable and affordable venue for meetings, classes, exhibitions and any event involving and benefiting the local community.


Address: 19 Fitch Road, Fulham SA 5024
Opening times: Monday to Friday.
  • Community garden.

  • Hall, meeting rooms and kitchen for hire.

  • Range of computing classes.

  • Yoga, tai chi and martial arts classes.

  • Over 50s fitness classes.

  • Arts and crafts.

  • Playgroup.

  • Little Library.

More info:

Fulham Community Centre website

Car park accessible from Phelps Court.

Email: Email Fulham Community Centre
Phone: 8235 1644

Location map

19 Fitch Road, Fulham SA 5024

19 Fitch Road, Fulham SA 5024

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