The Snowy Mountains Neighbourhood Centre (SMNC) is a community-based organisation that supports the well-being of people living in Jindabyne and surrounding areas.
Incorporated in 2006, SMNC is a not for profit association managed by a volunteer committee, run by a coordinator and volunteers. It provides library services, public access to technology, free internet and WiFi, study hub and exam centre, JP services, information and comprehensive leaflet bank, a traveller’s swap-library, community support and advocacy, an outreach place for service organisations, a meeting place for community groups, and affordable room hire and office support services.
The Centre also provides local workshops and courses on a range of subjects, acts as a portal to connect residents with a range of referral pathways and collaborates with businesses and service organisations to ensure the needs of the communities are met.
Welfare support through St Vincent de Paul is available every Tuesday from 10:00am – 12:00pm. Employment services through Salvation Army Employment Plus visit on the second and last Thursday of the month.
The SMNC is a safe and welcoming place that recognises and celebrates diversity and inclusivity. All enquiries and visits are invited – we are here for everyone.
Snowy Mountains Neighbourhood Centre is currently open
12:00pm - 5:30pm
Monday to Friday
Phone: (02) 6457 1044 or find them on Facebook.