The Diverciti Centre was founded in October 2013 when it was acquired from the Italo-Australia Centre. We believe in Commitment to the Community and with our newly renovated facilities, we want to be able to bless others with the use of the building. We also strongly believe and encourage Multiculturalism and we strive to actively break down dividing walls and to love people of all nations, cultures, languages, generations, education and financial statuses.
There are many organisations which make use of the Diverciti Centre on a daily basis, primarily the International City Church on weekends. On weekdays, the building is occupied by the Multicultural Community Centre and the Asian-Pacific Institute.
The Multicultural Community Centre provides government funded programs to assist CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) people. They are committed to assisting those disadvantaged by poverty, sickness, unemployment and racial discrimination.Through training and employment programs and other initiatives the help migrants integrate into Australian society and gives them skills to get jobs and to help them access mainstream services provided by government and charitable agencies. Click on the logos below to find out more about these organisations and what they do.
Technicolour Multicultural Festival
On the last saturday of August annually, the Multicultural Community Centre in conjunction with Diverciti Centre hosts a multicultural festival where we celebrate different cultures and peoples through food, dancing and music. There are lots of different cuisines to try, such as korean pancakes, papoosas, enchiladas, taiwanese fried chicken and so much more! Come expecting a fun day for the kids as well with lots of games stalls and rides with even giant slides! There will also be performances and music from various cultural groups and bands that will surely get you in a festival mood!