Find local clubs and services to help you connect, survive and thrive

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Do you want to meet like-minded people who share the same interests? Are you thinking about joining a local walking group or sports team? Do you need help to get your finances back on track?

If you answered yes to any of these, Mornington Peninsula Shire’s new online Community Directory is a great place to start. Here, you’ll find listings for not-for-profit health and welfare services, crisis and emergency support, sports and recreation groups, community organisations and more based on the Mornington Peninsula.

As a free resource, our Community Directory is a quick and easy way to find everything from local opportunity shops, cancer support groups and dog obedience clubs to drug and alcohol support, wildlife and conservation groups, and historical societies.

Whether you’re a long-time resident, a holidaymaker or new to the Peninsula, you never know what you may find. Try searching our free Community Directory today.

Don’t have access to a computer? You can pick up a free printed edition of the Community Directory from Mornington Community Support Centre, Western Port Community Support, and Southern Peninsula Community Support.

Quotes attributable to Mayor Councillor Simon Brooks:

“We have many fantastic not-for-profit services, clubs and organisations operating on the Peninsula.

“Whether you want to boost your health and wellbeing, form new social connections, participate in sports, leisure or cultural activities, or find emergency support and crisis care in times of need, our Community Directory allows you to easily find local groups and organisations that can help.”

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