* Free Internet cafe with 7 computers|* Nintendo Wii/XBox console|* Personal one to one support|* Holiday activities|* Visiting service by Peninsula Headspace|* Youth workers |* Freeza music events|* Public access computers for young people aged up to 25 years|* Brotherhood of St Laurence - Transition to Work program
* Mornington Peninsula Youth Enterprises Incorporated is a non profit organisation which offers young people the opportunity to market and sell products produced by them at the program |* Entrance to the site is now off Mitchell Street, sharing guide/scout hall driveway.|* Please contact Office for course details|* All nursery and indigenous plants for sale to the public|* Other programs - PUDDAL - Program for Underage Drinking Diversion and Linkages also a program to stop youngsters riding unsafe and illegal motorbikes|* MPYE undertakes training under the scope of Peninsula Training and Employment programme.
* Eighteen hole Public Golf Course|* Always open to Public|* Open every day of the week|* Golf Lessons and Golf Clinics|* Professional Service and advice|* Equipment for hire|* Golf Club House on the course|*
* Courts are located at Mount Martha House, Corner Esplanade and Dominion Road, Mount Martha|* Coaching available|* Mid week Ladies|* Night competition, Monday to Friday|* Saturday morning Juniors|* Sunday morning Juniors|* Court for hire|* 16-25 year old development activities third Thursday of each month 7.3pm
* Sailing club|* Sail training program for children and adults|* Contact the club for sail training bookings and information|* Visitors welcome.
* A not for profit group of mums who come together to help families in need|* They receive donated goods from the community which they then sort and distribute where needed|* Items given include:| babies and children clothing| toiletries, nappeis and baby bottles| nursery furniture, prams, baths and high chairs| toys and books for all ages|* They are contactable by email only| * Email Jodie with a list of articles that are required, including age, gender and location to above address and the goods will be delivered here
The objectives of IPSP are to promote and maintain high quality, inclusive education and care for all children in eligible child care setting|This is achieved by increasing the knowledge and skills of educators, and the capacity of education and care services through providing professional development, adivice and access to additional resources and support|This includes: |* Professional development and workforce development that enhances the quality of education and care services|* Access to a range of resources that educators need to provide care for all children|* Access to additional educators and carers when rerquired|* Flexible programs that support education and care services to be responsive to the needs of all children|* Good practice and continuous improvement in services delivery
Provide assessed, trained and supported volunteers to |mentor, guide and support families, children and|young people in Frankston and on the Mornington Peninsula
We offer a family friendly football club currently with 3 sides, Under 19's, Reserves & Seniors.
* Dormitory and ensuite accommodation. (see website for more details)|* Catered and self catering beds |* Available from groups of 4 to larger groups (maximum 4)|* Classed as a Childrens' Charity Camp|* Operates childrens' camps during the school holidays (except July) for disadvantage, special needs and isolated chiodren| (see website for details)|* Volunteers needed at the camp to help with the childrens activities
The Rosebud Toy Library is a non-profit, community managed organisation that provides a toy lending service to families on the Mornington Peninsula.
For over thirty five years, the toy library has maintained a meaningful connection with families within the community, and is proud to provide high quality educational toys for children to aid their development. The Toy Library is a great place to meet other parents, to learn about the importance of play, and to gain advice about child development.
Our Toy Library caters for children 1 month old to 10 years of age, and there is ample space for your children to play and test the toys out before hiring, so feel free to look around at your leisure. With over 2000 toys available, the play opportunities are endless!
All of our toys are chosen for high quality, durability, enjoyment and developmental value, including assisting children with additional needs.