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West Moonah
Community House

130 Springfield Ave
West Moonah
Tasmanian 7009
               Phone: (03) 6273 2362

Opening hours
Monday to Friday
8am to 3pm
Community Pantry
Monday to Friday 9am to 2pm

West Moonah Community House
is affiliated with the
Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania


Many thanks to our wonderful supporters




Razor Sharp Sharpening Service
Andrew Wilkie MP
Scott Bacon MP
Elise Archer MP
Josh Willie MLC
Matthew Groom MP
Cassy O'Connor MP
Madeleine Ogilvie MP
Future 2
Hobart City Council
Tasmanian Community Fund
Glenorchy Community Fund
Department of State Growth
Tasmanian Mens Shed
Department of Education
Community Support Levey
Dobson Mitchell Allport
Calvery Health Care
Two Way Trucks

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The West Moonah Community House commenced in 1985 when a group of interested people from the West Moonah area began to offer organised activities at the local school.  After a few years, we found accommodation in a draughty old house a few streets from the school, but by 1991, we were moved into our brand new, purpose built house in Springfield Avenue.

Whether you are a lifetime advocate or new to our cause, we invite you to join us.
We welcome new ideas and value enthusiasm from members and volunteers,
new and old.

West Moonah Community House is a home away from home for
many of our community. We have an open door policy encouraging
all members of the local (and surrounding) community to
participate in our activities and take advantage of our facilities.

 We are always looking for volunteers who would like to be a part of the
house and its activities. Skills we are looking for include but not limited to:
§  Cooking
Computer Skills
Small Bus Driving
Board Member
General Office Duties
Business Skills
Basically Anything

            OUR VISION:   A place to come together in unity to share, learn and grow.
            OUR MISSION:
The Mission is to provide a vibrant, flexible, inclusive and safe environment, where people come to access the support and resources to meet their social, information,education and cultural needs and aspirations.

Meet the West Moonah Community House Ambassador;
Tasmanian personality and all round good guy John
Xintavelonis, AKA John X.

John has enjoyed an extensive career in corporate entertainment, stage, radio and television in his home state of
Tasmania for over 20 years for a variety of companies and organisations.

On the mainland, John has previously played Stewpot in Opera Australia’s South Pacific, Dick Woollnough/Dee Anthony in
The Boy From OZ for The Production Co., Mitch in The Threepenny Opera for Malthouse and STC, Spider/Lord Savage
 in Jeckyll & Hyde for TML in Korea, Mr. Braithwaite in BILLY ELLIOT The Musical for Universal/Working Title,
and Pumbaa in The Lion King for Disney Theatrical Productions in Melbourne and Shanghai. 
His Television credits include Winners and Losers (7 Network), Tricky Business (Nine network),
Dance Academy (ABC), City Homicide (7 Network) and John Safran's Race Relations (ABC).
His Film credits include Macbeth for Dark oak Films, The Sound Of One Hand Clapping for Artist Services and
Back From The Dead for Pocket Money Productions and his voice can be heard in the films Legend of the Guardians,
AUSTRALIA, Daybreakers, Mao’s Last Dancer, Two Fists One Heart, in mini-series for CLEO, False Witness,
Scorched, and on TV shows Wild Boys, Rescue Special Ops and Slide.
In 2006 John was nominated for a Mo Award for his role as Pumbaa in The Lion King.
John is an Australia Day Ambassador 2015, a co-founder of Hobart independent actor’s company
Blue Cow Theatre Inc. and is currently broadcasting on ABC local radio.

We look forward to working with John and our team of supporters.