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Welcome to Playgroups at Doubleview House

As we get to know you a little better, we thought you might like to get to know more about us too...


“Our place to call home”

In 1988 a group of local women established the centre, providing an environment for personal and community empowerment. Doubleview House aims to provide a strong, vibrant Community House supporting individuals and families to share, support, learn and reduce isolation.


We facilitate playgroups, including, Japanese language playgroups, Child Health Services, Ngala Parenting Connections WA, Yoga, Repair Café, and a wide range of general interest courses and events.


Venue hire is available to both members and local community groups, seminars and meetings 7 days a week.


Committee and Staff

Doubleview House is a not-for-profit organisation governed by a volunteer Management Committee. The Western Australian Government, through the Department of Communities currently provides the majority of funding for the organisation through the Empowering Communities Program.



Things you need to know 

  • Doubleview House have 2 part time staff members: Centre Manager Chenoa Walsh and Programs Coordinator Fran Lockyer.

  • We are a nut-free venue

  • Please adhere to current COVID-19 guidelines. If you are unsure what these are please ask Chenoa or Fran. If you or your child/ren are feeling well we are you do not attend the centre.

  • First Aid is located in the marked cupboard in the kitchen. Chenoa and Fran are both qualified First Aid officers.

  • Defibrillator is located at the main entrance to building on Scarborough Beach Road

  • In Case of Emergency the fire evacuation muster point is in the carpark on the eastern side of the building. Fire safety equipment is provided throughout the premises.

  • Entrance Keys, shed key and water tap key are located on the office door off the foyer

  • Member resources are available for use during playgroups in the cupboards in the walk way to the kitchen. Please use them thoughtfully and return to where they belong.

  • Term fees are due on or before week 3. They can be paid via EFT in the office or direct debit.

Our Way - Our Vision
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